Laws and regulations on employment were often seen as a burden in employment creation and inviting new investor. This article argued that such situation occurred not because the spirit of the law was pro-workers. On the contrary, such situation occurred because the capital owner, in sophisticated ways, could hold and even increased efficiency and capital accumulation. The evidences showed that employment situation in Indonesia faced a fundamental change, as a result of global production restructurization. This phenomenon resulted in highly fragmented labor, massive employment lost, and informalization job relation. Eventually, they will lead to a situation where workers are getting to loose their collectivity and bargaining position.