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The number of claims for the Job Loss Guarantee (JKP) program increased by 105% in October 2022 compared to September 2022. The increase in JHT claims coincided with the issue of mass layoffs that befell workers in the garment and textile sectors. Based on BPJS Ketenagakerjaan data, JKP claims paid in October amounted to Rp 2.1 billion. Meanwhile, in September it was 1.05 billion. This means that there is an increase in JKP claim payments to IDR 1.11 billion. The total number of JKP claims paid as of October 2022 is 7.09 billion. In total, the total JKP benefits that have been paid are IDR 25 billion to 6,872 beneficiaries.

Recently there has been widespread news about the issue of massive layoffs (PHK) in labor-intensive industries. Responding to this, the Minister of Investment / Head of the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) Bahlil Lahadalia said the layoffs were due to the impact of the company's relocation. "I checked, yes it is indeed closed but only relocation," said Bahlil, Tuesday (11/15). According to him, the relocation of the company is not a big problem. Moreover, relocation is still being carried out in Indonesian territory.

The Governor of West Sumatra, Buya Mahyeldi appreciates the collaboration between the West Sumatra Province Tourism Office and West Sumatra Dekranasda and districts and cities so that they can present new creations from West Sumatra's original textile crafts in the form of woven and ready-to-wear batik by designers at the Minangkabau Fashion Festival. The highlight of the Minangkabau Fashion Festival, which was also combined with the Minang Photo Raun photography contest, was opened directly by Governor Mahyeldi, located on Jl. Batang Arau, to be precise under the Siti Nurbaya Bridge, Padang, Sunday (11/13/2022) evening.