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    Madrasah Casual Employees of Ministry of Religious Affairs Accept Cards of BPJS Employment

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    BANDUNG – Branch Office of BPJS Employment in Suci, Bandung re-added the number of its participants. This time, it came from the registration of casual teachers of Madrasah (Islamic school) under the Ministry of Religious Affairs (Kemenag) in Bandung city which was 3.500 people in total.

    The handover of the participant cards had been done on Friday, January 20th, 2012. It was attended by the Subdivision Head of Administrative Affairs under the Ministry of Religious Affairs office and some teachers from madrasah.  

    Ratna Manurung, the Marketing Head of Non Wage Earner of BPJS Employment introduced and explained the benefits of BPJS Employment program to the teachers.

    “It is considered important to keep the continuity of the participation and to increase the number of the participation in the Ministry of Religious Affairs of Bandung City,” said Ratna on Monday (1/30).

    Ali Abdul Latief, M.Ag. as the Subdivision Head of Administrative Affairs in Ministry of Religious Affairs of Bandung City has welcomed and been grateful for the help.

    “Because there is an assurance for the teachers, they can feel safe while going to work, going back home, and also teaching. The feeling of security may bring motivation and spirit in teaching, so that they can improve their productivity in the students’ learning quality. To be honest, earlier we haven’t known about the benefits of BPJS Employment because BPJS is always identified with health care. Therefore, in the future we intend to keep increasing the cooperation and socialization with BPJS Employment in order to cooperate with other casual employees,” Latief explained.  

     

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