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Kontrak Kerja Konstruksi

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Jasa konstruksi merupakan salah satu kegiatan dalam bidang ekonomi, sosial, dan budaya yang mempunyai peranan penting dalam pencapaian berbagai sasaran guna menunjang terwujudnya tujuan pembangunan nasional. Oleh karena itu, penyelenggaraan jasa konstruksi perlu diatur lebih lanjut untuk mewujudkan tertib pengikatan dan penyelenggaraan pekerjaan konstruksi. Peraturan mengenai jasa konstruksi diatur dalam Undang-Undang Nomor 18 Tahun 1999 tentang Jasa Konstruksi (“UU No. 18/1999”) dan Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 29 Tahun 2000 tentang Penyelenggaraan Jasa Konstruksi (“PP No. 29/2000”) jo. Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor  59 Tahun 2010 tentang Perubahan atas PP No. 29/2000 (“PP No. 59/2010”).

Dalam suatu pekerjaan konstruksi, dikenal 2 (dua) pihak, yaitu pihak pengguna jasa dan pihak penyedia jasa. Pihak pengguna jasa dan pihak penyedia jasa ini terikat dalam suatu hubungan kerja jasa konstruksi, dimana hubungan kerja tersebut diatur dan dituangkan dalam suatu kontrak kerja konstruksi. Read the rest of this entry »

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Aspek Hukum Perizinan Perwakilan Entitas Konstruksi Asing di Indonesia

Menurut Peraturan yang dikeluarkan oleh Menteri Negara Pekerjaan Umum Nomor 28/PRT/M/2006 Tahun 2006 (“Peraturan Menteri“), diatur bahwa wakil dari badan usaha jasa konstruksi asing (“Entitas Asing“) diperbolehkan untuk melakukan bisnis mereka di Indonesia setelah memenuhi beberapa persyaratan.

Entitas asing berarti perwakilan dari badan usaha jasa konstruksi yang melakukan usaha di Indonesia yang akan bertanggung jawab atas segala tindakan yang diambil oleh badan usaha jasa konstruksi asing tersebut. Read the rest of this entry »

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Daily tips: Dasar Hukum IMB

If you are an article marketer, or you have entertained the possibility of writing articles, then keep reading…

In this article, I define the Six Essential Elements of writing articles that generates traffic and produces sales for your website…

It will all begin to make sense to you when you step into the shoes of your readers… Because once you understand how your readers read your articles, it becomes rather obvious what your articles need to include in order for you to generate interest in your article, and successfully deliver visitors to your website…

Once you understand the “how and why” of writing great articles, you will have the knowledge necessary to help you join the ranks of the article marketing superstars… But if you miss the point of this article, you are instead likely to join the ranks of the people who whine about how Article Marketing a scam…

There Are Six Essential Elements of Successful Article Marketing:

1. Title – Many people suggest that you should put your top keywords at the front of your article title, but I don’t subscribe to that methodology. I do include my target keywords in the title, when I can, but an article that is well-optimized for the search engines is worthless if it does not get published… The #1 goal of your articles’ title is to get the article opened!! You must present a title that is going to get the attention of publishers and readers; you must present a title that is going to compel a person to at least open your article to see if they will want to read it…

2. Opening Paragraph – The title got your article opened, but now you need your reader to read the article… Tell your reader why they should keep reading your article and read it to its conclusion… Any reader who does not reach your website from your article is a “missed opportunity” to sell your stuff… Show people why it will be in their best interest to finish reading your article…

3. The Article Body – The article body must meet the promise of the Article Title and the opening paragraph… The article body must retain the interest of the reader to the last word… The article body should tell a story people want to read, and leave them wanting more… The article body must successfully carry the reader to the articles’ closing paragraph and to your Author’s Resource Box…

4. Your Closing Paragraph – Ideally, when your reader reaches the last paragraph of an article, the reader should be happy to have read the article to its conclusion. This is the first point about your closing paragraph. The second is that the closing paragraph should successfully bridge the reader from the article to the Authors’ Resource Box. After all, the Authors’ Resource Box is where the writer will get paid for having invested the effort into writing the article. When the reader reads the resource box and takes the action the author asked him or her to take, then the process of writing has the opportunity to offer the writer great rewards.

5. The Authors’ Resource Box – The Authors’ Resource Box needs to transition the reader from your article to your website, by offering a compelling call-to-action to get the reader to go to your website… Tell who you are, but don’t go overboard… People do not care who you are or what you have done – they only care about what else you can do for them… Jeff Herring wrote a great article that elaborates a bit further on how to construct an effective Resource Box here ( here.

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