The very significant growth of occupation in Indonesia is not in line with the absorption of keraj power in the formal sector, this has led to an increase in job seekers in the informal sector who often ignore the rights of workers. The method used in this study, namely empirical juridical, this research data obtained through interviews, observation and documentation. The result of the research shows that the implementation of labor legislation on traditional market workers in Takengon has not been implemented maximally, socialization and assistance to workers has not been felt, so the principles of justice for traditional market workers have not been felt. regulations that protect traditional market workers from the threat of employer arbitrariness. Traditional market labor rights can not yet be properly implemented, since employment agreements between employers and workers are based solely on oral agreements. So that the granting of basic rights by employers is only based on kinship.