Seeing the Different THR Components of Civil Servants and Workers


Eid to be the moment that workers have been waiting for, civil servants, TNI members and the Police.

Understandably, at that moment, they received a ‘bonus’ in the form of a Holiday Allowance (THR) from both the company and the state.

Even though they are both THR, it turns out that there are differences in the calculations received by workers and civil servants.

What is the difference?

A. Worker

The calculation of workers’ THR this year refers to the Circular of the Minister of Manpower Number M/2/HK.04.00/III/2023 concerning the Implementation of Allowances for Religious Holidays in 2023 for Workers/Labourers in Companies.

Referring to the regulation, THR is given to workers or laborers with a minimum working period of 1 month. The amount; for workers who have worked for 12 consecutive months or more, they are given THR equal to 1 month’s salary.

Meanwhile for workers who have worked for 1 to 12 months, the amount of THR is calculated based on the number of months the employee has worked with 1 month’s wages divided by 12 months.

For workers who work based on casual daily work agreements, the monthly wage which is the basis for calculating THR is calculated using two formulas, namely;

1. For workers who have worked for 12 months or more, one month’s wages are calculated based on the average wage received in the last 12 months before religious holidays

2. Workers who have worked for less than 12 months, one month’s wages are calculated based on the average wage received each month.

The Minister of Manpower, Ida Fauziyah, said in the letter that the THR must be paid by the company no later than 7 days before a religious holiday.

B. Civil servants, members of the Police, TNI and state officials

For state servants, this year’s THR is regulated in Government Regulation Number 15 of 2023 concerning the Provision of THR and the 13th Salary to State Apparatuses, Pensioners, Pension Recipients and Beneficiaries of 2023 and Regulation of the Minister of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia Number 39 of 2023 concerning Technical Instructions for Implementation of Granting THR and the 13th Salary for ASn, Pensioners, Retired Recipients and Beneficiaries in 2023 sourced from the APBN.

In the regulation, THR for state servants consists of many components, namely;

a. Basic salary
b. family allowance;
c. Food allowance in the form of money;
d. Position allowance or general allowance; And
e. 50 percent performance allowance.

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With regard to the basic salary of civil servants, Government Regulation (PP) Number 15 of 2019 concerning Salary Regulations for Civil Servant Civil Servants contains a different amount between one state servant and another depending on class and group working period (MKG).

Civil servants class 1A with a working period of less than one year will receive a basic salary of IDR 1.56 million. This is the lowest base salary for civil servants.

Meanwhile, the highest basic salary of Rp. 5.09 million is given to civil servants class 4E with more than 32 years of service.

Meanwhile with regard to performance allowances, it differs from one agency to another. But what is certain, the highest performance benefits are obtained by civil servants at the Directorate General of Taxes.

The performance allowance for civil servants at the Ministry of Finance’s DGT is contained in Presidential Regulation (Perpres) number 37 of 2015. In this policy, it is called performance allowances received every month.

The highest allowance is IDR 117.3 million for the echelon I level or the Director General of Taxes. This was also confirmed by the Director General of Taxes, Suryo Utomo.

According to Suryo, he is the highest paid ASN in Indonesia. The ranks below are civil servants with the largest salaries.



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