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This study aims to explain the discrimination of women's rights in the professional employment of factory workers in Indonesia. The methodology used in this study is descriptive analysis to explain legal arguments relating to discriminatory practices experienced by women, especially the factory worker profession. The findings in this study explain that the existence of Law Number 13 of 2003 concerning Employment has not been able to become a legal umbrella for women workers, because discriminatory practices still occur and the deprivation of their rights and welfare is neglected. In addition, this study also revealed that entrepreneurs have not fully complied with the rules in force in the provisions of the law. This is evident in their attitude when making a decision or policy for women workers without considering it from various aspects and only prioritizing the level of profit from production and ignoring the fate of women workers.
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