Regulation Of The Minister Of Forestry Number P. 66/menhut-Ii/2013 2013

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Kehutanan Nomor P.66/MENHUT-II/2013 Tahun 2013

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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 1511, 2013 the MINISTRY of FORESTRY. Performance Allowance. Implementation. The guidelines.

REGULATION of the INDONESIAN MINISTRY of FORESTRY NUMBER p. 66/MENHUT-II/2013 IMPLEMENTATION GUIDELINES the GRANTING of ALLOWANCES for EMPLOYEES in the PERFORMANCE of the ENVIRONMENT MINISTRY of FORESTRY with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MINISTER of FORESTRY of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: that in order to implement the provisions of article 11 of the regulation President Number 79Tahun 2013 about employees in the performance of the Environmental Benefits of the Ministry of Forestry, the need to set guidelines for the implementation of the granting of allowances for employees in the performance of the Environment Ministry of forestry;
Remember: 1. Act No. 8 of 1974 about Staffing issues (State Gazette Number 55 in 1974, an additional Sheet State number 189), as amended by Act No. 43 of 1999 (the 1999 State Gazette Number 169, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3890);
2. Act No. 17 of 2003 about State Finances (State Gazette Number 47 in 2003, an additional State Gazette Number 4286);
3. Act No. 1 of 2004 on the Treasury of the State (State Gazette No. 5 of 2004, an additional Sheet country number 4355);
4. Government Regulation Number 24 in 1976 on leave of civil servants (State Gazette Number 57 in 1976, an additional State Gazette Number 3,086);
5. Government Regulation number 7 in 1977 on the regulation of salaries of civil servants (State Gazette number 11 in 1977, additional State Gazette Number 3098) as has been modified several times, the last denganPeraturan the Government number 15 in 2012 (2012 State Gazette No. 32);
6. Government Regulation Number 53 in 2010 about the discipline of civil servants (State Gazette Number 74 in 2010, an additional State Gazette Number 5135);
7. Presidential Decree Number 83/P in 2009 on the establishment of a United Indonesia Cabinet II as amended by presidential decree number 59/P in 2011;
8. Presidential regulation Number 100 in 2012 about the Perks of Office Functional Researchers;
9. Presidential regulation Number 47 in 2000 on the establishment and organization of the Ministries, as it has been modified several times, the last presidential regulation Number 55 by 2013 (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 125 by 2013);
10. Presidential regulation Number 24 of 2010 on Kedukukan, tasks, functions, Ministries, as well as the arrangement of the Organization, duties, and functions of the Echelon I Ministries as has been modified several times, the last presidential regulation Number 56 2013 (State Gazette Number 2013 126);
11. Presidential regulation Number 81 in 2010 about Bureaucratic Reform Grand Design 2010-2025;
12. the presidential regulation Number 79 2013 Performance Benefits of employees in the Ministry of forestry Environment (Gazette Republic of Indonesia by 2013 the number 199);
13. the regulation of the Minister of forestry Number p. 40/Menhut-II/2010 about the Organization and the work of the Ministry of forestry (Republic Indonesia in 2010 Number 405) as amended by regulation of the Minister of forestry Number P. 33/Menhut-II/2012 (news of the Republic of Indonesia year 2012 Number 779);
14. Regulation of the Minister of State for Administrative Reform and reform of the bureaucracy is Number 20 of 2010 about Bureaucratic Reform Road Map 2010-2014;
15. Regulation of the Minister of State for Administrative Reform and reform of the bureaucracy is Number 34 in 2011 about the Office of Evaluation Guidelines;
16. Regulation of the Minister of State for Administrative Reform and reform of the bureaucracy is Number 63 in 2011 about the Guidelines of the System Performance Benefits civil servants;
Decide: define: FORESTRY MINISTERIAL REGULATION on the IMPLEMENTATION of the GUIDELINES the GRANTING of ALLOWANCES for EMPLOYEES in the PERFORMANCE of the ENVIRONMENT MINISTRY of FORESTRY.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this ministerial regulation is: 1. Employees in the environment of the Ministry of forestry is a civil servant (PNS) and prospective civil servants (CPNS) as well as other employees on the basis of a decision of the competent authority in an Office or assigned and worked full-time at the unit of environmental organizations in the Ministry of forestry.
2. other Special is the staff officer of the Minister.
3. Working hours are stipulated in the decision of the Minister of forestry on days and hours of work in the environment of the Ministry of forestry.
4. Allowances other than salary income performance is awarded to an active employee based on competence and performance, benefits the performance is a function of the success of the implementation of the reform of the bureaucracy on the basis of performance has been achieved by an individual employee who in line with the performance achieved by the Office.
5. A valid reason is a reason that can be dipertangungjawabkan in writing delivered and poured in the statement of consent/notification as well as approved by the competent authority in accordance with that set forth in this rule.
6. The discipline of civil servants is the ability to keep employee liability and avoid the prohibition specified in legislation and/or regulations are limited if not adhered to or infringed would be sentenced to the discipline.
7. Employee Performance is achievement/working ability shown by an employee of the Ministry of forestry in carrying out the tasks and functions.
8. The Evaluation Office is an Office to assess the process of systematically using the criteria as a factor called the Office of the information Office of the factors for determining the value of Office and class position.
Article 2 (1) Performance Allowances given to civil servants and prospective civil servants and other Employees in the environment of the Ministry of forestry.
(2) the performance Benefits for prospective civil servant in the Ministry of forestry environment paid calculated from the date set by Executing an affidavit of an authorized officer.
Article 3 Performance Allowance referred to in article 2, not given to: a. employees in the Ministry of forestry environment that does not have a specific position;
b. officers of the Ministry of forestry environment in which temporarily laid off or disabled;
c. officers of the Ministry of forestry in the neighborhood who was dismissed from the post of organic with given money wait (not yet dismissed as civil servants);
d. officers of the Ministry of forestry environment in the seconded/employed on other agency/agencies outside the Environment Ministry of forestry;
e. environmental employees in the Ministry of forestry is given leave of absence outside the country or dependent in free assignment to undergo preparation for retirement; and f.  Civil servants in the public service Agency that has been getting remuneration as set forth in a government regulation Number 23 in 2005 about the Agency's financial management public service as amended by government regulation Number 74 in 2012.
Article 4 (1) work day at the Environment Ministry of forestry that is 5 (five) working days from Monday until Friday.
(2) the number of working hours in 5 (five) working days referred to in subsection (1) i.e. 37.5 (thirty-seven comma five) hours are defined as follows: a. Monday until Thursday: 07.30 – 16.00 break 12.00-13.00 ukul:P b.  Friday: 07.30 – 16.30 break time:P ukul 11.30-13.00 (3) the provisions concerning the days and hours of work on work units of the Ministry of Forestry jobs are specifically regulated by the regulations of each work unit leader Echelon I technical considerations or after getting approval from the Secretary General of the Ministry of forestry.
(4) an employee undergoing training and education/learning tasks or fully waived temporarily from Office, then the day and the employee's working hours tailored to the days and hours of work and associated places carry out education and training and/or learning task.
Article 5 (1) employees of the mandatory entry and return home in accordance with the working hours of work referred to in article 4 paragraph (2) by filling out the electronic list is present.
(2) Charging list present referred to in subsection (1) done by as much as 2 (two) times at check-in time at the time of work and home work.
(3) the present list of Charging can be done manually if: a. the list of devices and systems present electronic as referred to in paragraph (1) damaged/not functioning.
b. employees have not registered in the system list of present electronic;
c. occurs in circumstances kahar (force majeure) in the form of natural disasters and/ataukerusuhan so that an activity can not be done as it should be; or d.  location of employment do not allow for electronic attendance system is provided.
Article 6 (1) an employee violates these terms stated hours of work when not working, late entry admission to work, go home prematurely, there are other tasks, and/or not replenish the list present without a valid reason.
(2) Employees not otherwise violate the provisions of the working hours referred to in subsection (1), using the statement of permission/pemberitahuandan a valid reason approved by: a. the Minister of forestry, to petition for permit/notification filed by officials in Echelon I;
b. a Echelon I, Officials for the statement of consent/notification filed by officials in Echelon II;
c. Official Echelon II, to petition for permit/notification filed by officials in Echelon III;
d. Official Echelon III, to petition for permit/notification filed by officials in Echelon IV; and/or

e. Echelon IV Officials, to petition for permit/notification filed by officials in Echelon V; and/or employees.
(3) the statement of consent/notification as referred to in paragraph (2) as listed in Annex I which is not separate from the sections of these regulations.
(4) the statement of consent/notification as referred to in paragraph (2) compulsory submitted to officials who handle the list present at the latest 5 (five) working days after the date of the occurrence of absence, delay admission to work, go home prematurely, there are other tasks, and/or not filling the list of attendance.
(5) the statement of consent/notification as referred to in paragraph (2) presented more than 5 (five) working days stated do not apply and be considered violating work hours.
Article 7 (1) an employee who violates the provisions of the working hours referred to in article 6 paragraph (1) if: a. not to enter one (1) working day is counted as one (1) day does not enter employment;
b. the Late entry of work and/or home before the time is calculated based on the amount of time of departure/return home prematurely appropriate provisions on days and hours of work;
c. Not be where the duties are calculated based on the amount of time the nonexistence of employees at the place of duty that is proved by the certificate of the supervisor directly corresponding format as listed in annex II which are an integral part of this regulation; and d.  Do not fill the list present entered work and/or home prematurely.
(2) the calculation of the amount of time referred to in subsection (1) letter b, letter c, letter d and the conversion is performed with 7.5 (seven comma five) hours equals one (1) day does not enter employment.
(3) against employees who violate ketetuan working hours and meet the accumulation of 5 (five) days or more of work does not enter, sentenced to discipline based on regulations governing the discipline of employees.
CHAPTER II the MAGNITUDE of the PAYMENT of the ALLOWANCE and REDUCTION PERFORMANCE of article 8 (1) an employee is entitled to payment of the appropriate Office Performance Allowances based on the decision of the leaders of work units concerned I Echelon according the results of the Evaluation Office.
(2) the Quantity of accepted Performance Allowance is determined based on the class of Office as listed in Annex III which is part an integral part of this regulation.
Article 9 (1) the Quantity Allowances for Performance CPNS paid amounting to 80% (eighty percent) of the total number of Allowances will post on Performance gain.
(2) a quantity of performance Benefits for employees who are exempt from the post due to perform paid study of 75% (seventy five percent) of the Benefits received in the performance of the Office.
(3) the magnitude of the Performance Benefits for employees who occupied the post of researcher and interim functional structural position in the Environment Ministry of forestry tasks and functions closely related to the field of research in accordance with the provisions of the legislation, was given only one allowance which is advantageous for performance is concerned.
(4) the Quantity Allowances performance for employees who are exempt from the post due to carry out a study exceeds the allotted time extension paid for: a. the first year given a 50% (fifty per cent); and b.  The second year is given a 25% (twenty five percent).
Article 10 (1) of magnitude Performance Benefits for employees who are exempt from certain functional because the term can not collect credit in accordance with the figure paid by 50% (fifty percent) of the Benefits received in the performance of the Office.
(2) Allowance for the performance of an employee referred to in subsection (1) may be paid wholly calculated from the date of the decision of appointment back in the position of the corresponding functional.
Article 11 (1) reduction of Allowances a performance enacted to: a. employees who do not work or are not entered in place of duty during 7.5 (seven comma five) hours or more in a day;
b. a late entry officers work;
c. employees who go home prematurely;
d. employees who did not fill out the list of the present; and e.  an employee who was sentenced to the discipline.
(2) reduction of the Performance Benefits as referred to in subsection (1) is expressed in% (percent), and calculated cumulatively within a one (1) month at most of 100% (one hundred percent).
(3) in the event of an employee's performance exceeds the performance should be, may be given an increase in class position in accordance with the legislation in force.
Article 12 (1) the Officers referred to in article 11 paragraph (1) letter a, enacted reduction Allowances Performance by 4% (four percent) for each 1 (one) day.
(2) an employee referred to in article 11 paragraph (1) letter b and d, enacted reduction Performance Benefits as listed in Annex IV that is part an integral part of this regulation.
(3) an employee referred to in section 11 subsection (1) the letter c and the letter d, enacted reduction Performance Benefits as listed in Annex V which are part an integral part of this regulation.
Article 13 (1) an employee referred to in section 11 subsection (1) the letter e was sentenced to discipline, subject to a reduction of the Benefits of performance based on regulations governing the discipline of employees.
(2) the disciplinary Penalties referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. mild discipline punishment;
b. disciplinary penalties are; or c.  heavy discipline punishment.
(3) an employee who was sentenced to a light discipline as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a are subject to a reduction in Allowances a performance with the following conditions: a. by 20% (twenty percent) for 1 (one) month, if the employee was sentenced to discipline in the form of an oral reprimand;
b. 30% (thirty per cent) for 2 (two) months, if the employee was sentenced to discipline in the form of a written reprimand; and c.  by 40% (forty percent) during 3 (three) months, if the employee was sentenced to discipline in the form of a written statement not satisfied.
(4) an employee who was sentenced to the discipline are referred to in paragraph (2) letter b imposed a reduction in Allowances a performance with the following conditions: a. by 40% (forty percent) for 6 (six) months, if the employee was sentenced to discipline in the form of periodic salary increases delays for 1 (one) year;
b. 50% (fifty percent) for 8 (eight) months, if the employee was sentenced to a disciplined form of postponement of promotion for 1 (one) year; and c.  by 60% (sixty percent) for 10 (ten) months, if the employee was sentenced to discipline in the form of lower-level demotion during 1 (one) year.
(5) an employee who was sentenced to a heavy discipline as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c are subject to a reduction in Allowances a performance with the following conditions: a. by 60% (sixty percent) for 12 (twelve) months, if the employee was sentenced to discipline in the form of lower-level demotion for 3 (three) years;
b. 70% (seventy percent) for 12 (twelve) months, if the employee was sentenced to a disciplined form of removal in order to decrease the position of the lower-level; and c. amounting to 80% (eighty percent) for 12 (twelve) months, if the employee was sentenced to discipline in the form of exemption from the Office.
(6) Allowance for employee Performance Settings are sentenced to the discipline of mild, moderate, or severe effect since the overthrow of the penalty decision defined discipline.
Article 14 (1) employees who are subject to a suspension from Office of the land affected because case law and/or detention carried out by the authorities while not given Allowances calculated Performance since the establishment of the decision of the suspension from Office of the country.
(2) if the Court ruling which has the force of law, an employee referred to in subsection (1) is found not guilty, the officer stopped the performance Benefits can be paid back in the next month.
Article 15 (1) of the employees who carry out annual leave, paid leave, and leave important reasons, benefits paid out Performance with the percentage as follows: a. employees who take annual leave, benefits paid Performance of 100% (one hundred percent).
b. employees who take leave large, Performance Benefits payable as follows: 1. first month of 50% (fifty peresen);
2. the second month by 25% (twenty five percent); and 3.  the third month of 10% (ten percent).
c. employees who take leave important reasons, benefits the performance of cut of 2% (two percent) per day.
(2) employees who are carrying out the maternity leave, the allowance is paid out Performance with the following conditions: a. employees who take maternity leave to carry out the first child labor up to second, Alimony paid Performance of 100% (one hundred percent);
b. employees who take maternity leave to carry out the labor of third child paid Performance Allowance, as follows: 1. first month of 60% (sixty percent);
2. the second month of 30% (thirty per cent); and 3.  the third month of 20% (twenty percent).
(3) the Clerk administer sick leave, the allowance is paid out Performance with the percentage as follows: a. sick for 1 (one) day up to 2 (two) days of 100% (one hundred percent);
b. sick for 1 (one) month up to 2 (two) months cut of 2% (two percent) per day;
c. pain more than 2 (two) months up to 6 (six) months by 20% (twenty percent); and d.  It hurts more than 6 (six) months up to 18 (eighteen) months of 10% (ten percent);
CHAPTER IV


RECORDING and PERFORMANCE PAYMENTS article 16 (1) recording and discipline enforcement employees, as well as the implementation of the employee on leave is done every month.
(2) the recording referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by officials who handle the staffing function in the work unit Echelon Echelon I and II, as well as the technical Implementation Unit (UPT) in the environment of the Ministry of forestry.
(3) officials who handle the staffing function recapitulation report the presence of a clerk to officials appointed to carry out the slowest Performance Allowance payment business day last month.
Article 17 of the Ordinance on performance payments are governed more by Secretary General Regulations.

Chapter V TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 18 (1) disciplinary Punishments imposed prior to apply this rule stated remains valid.
(2) employees who are undergoing the suspension from Office of the country and to start with the enactment of this legislation is still in the status of the suspension from Office of the country, imposed a reduction in Allowances a performance in accordance with these regulations.
(3) an employee who is undergoing the maternity leave, sick leave, leave of absence due to important reasons prior to the entry into force of this regulation and when enacted reduction of Allowances in accordance with previous Performance.
Article 19 Delay the presence of CIVIL SERVANTS up to 1 (one) hour from the incoming clock work can be compensated with the task of carrying out at least one (1) times on the same day and held on the same day.

CHAPTER VI CLOSING PROVISIONS article 20 this Ministerial Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this Ministerial Regulation with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia.

Established in Jakarta on December 18, 2013, the INDONESIAN MINISTRY of FORESTRY ZULKIFLI HASAN Enacted in Jakarta on December 19, 1995 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS Republic of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN Attachment: bn1511-2013 fnFooter ();