In response to your query,
Yes it is possible This type of scenario is rather prevalent among MNCs and large corporate organisations that engage in mass recruiting. They put the mass under the radar and sift out the most promising ones once the process is completed. The remaining inmates are subsequently relocated to other facilities to perform or resign.
The basic rules regarding the transfer of employees refer to Law Number 13 of 2003 Labour Act. In Article 32 of the Labour Act, it is explained as follows:
- Placement of employees or Employees must be carried out based on the principles of open, free, objective, and fair, and equal without discrimination.
- Placement of employees or employees must be directed to place employees in the right position. That is in accordance with expertise, skills, talents, interests. As well as in accordance with the ability, with consideration regarding dignity, dignity, human rights, and legal protection.
- In addition, the placement of employee or Workers must be carried out with due regard for equal employment opportunities. And also considering the supply of employees according to the needs of national and regional programs.