• Yane Mayasari Politeknik Praktisi Bandung
Keywords: Outsourcing, Contract Labor, Labor Law, Employment Agreements


High competition in the global crisis makes companies strive to maintain their companies, one of which is done by companies in meeting performance guidelines in order to overcome the crisis, namely in terms of employment. Employment development must be regulated in such a way that basic rights and protections for workers and workers and at the same time can create conditions conducive to the development of the economic or business world. Outsourcing is the delegation of several business processes to a labor service provider company based on an agreement agreed upon by the parties. The main objective of the company doing outsourcing is to increase the company's capacity, increase profits to achieve company targets and realize the welfare of workers so as to encourage development in general. This research is a normative juridical research. The method of presenting data in research is done by using Descriptive Analysis. Primary and secondary data collected through literature and documentation as well as short interviews. The role of labor law, especially the outsourcing system in development has a role in improving company performance. The implementation must be in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations and the parties involved in it must understand their respective positions so that their rights and obligations are fulfilled. In addition, supervision from the government must continue to be done in order to avoid violations of employment contracts with the outsourcing system.