1. Problem Evaluation
Currently PLN (Indonesian electricity state owned company) now have tender to build regasification plant which BOT (Build, Operate and Transfer) scheme. Bidder will have 10 years to operate the facilities before transfer the asset to PLN. Due to this scheme, bidder should be calculate the percent of salary cost need to save yearly so by the end of years ten, severance cost will available. Severance pay is the compensation an employer provides to an employee who has been laid off, whose job has been eliminated, who has decided to leave the company through mutual agreement, or who has parted ways with the company for other reasons. In addition to pay, severance packages can include extended benefits, such as health insurance and out placement assistance, to help an employee secure a new position.
2. Development of Feasible Alternatives
This regasification project will cover more than five regasification plant on Kalimantan, NTT and NTB area. Total employee almost 100 employee. The regasification plant will COD on 2020, so the first salary cost will spent on 2020.
Table 1. Salary Cost and Assumption Data
The salary cost is paid at the end of the year, at which point some percentage is placed in a bank account. The interest calculation is based on cumulative deposits and interest in the account at the beginning of the year, but not on the deposits made at the end of the year. The salary cost is increased and the cycle repeats.
In this evaluation there are three feasible options for percentage of salary cost need to save yearly:
- Option 1 = 12%
- Option 2 = 13%
- Option 3 = 14%
3. Development the Outcome for Each Alternative
Author will use Excel spreadsheet to calculate percentage of salary cost need to save yearly.
4. Selection of Criteria
Authors will analysis these three options which percentage is meet with desired amount on 2030 (smallest difference).
5. Analysis and Comparison of the Alternative
- Option 1 = 12% salary cost save yearly
Table 2. Calculation of 12% Salary Cost Save Yearly
- Option 2 = 13% salary cost save yearly
Table 3. Calculation of 13% Salary Cost Save Yearly
- Option 3 = 14% salary cost save yearly
Table 4. Calculation of 14% Salary Cost Save Yearly
- Alternative selection
Based on calculation result, 14% salary cost save yearly has smallest difference with desired amount on 2030. So 14% salary cost save yearly will use by bidder to meet with PLN severance cost requirement.
Table 5. Comparison of Salary Cost Save Yearly
- Performance monitoring & Post Evaluation Result
Once the problem has been formulated in a spreadsheet, we can determine the impact of different rates, inflation rates, and so on, on the severance cost plan, with minimal changes and effort.
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