Justice for workers and employers are development goals in the field of employment in Indonesia. This justice is very dependent on the quality of labor law that regulates work relations between workers and employers. If labor law and other regulations are of poor quality, it will cause disputes which ultimately lead to termination of employment. Based on the fact that the injustices that occur in termination of employment are caused by problematic legal system factors, community legal culture, and the existence of mutual conflicts between Company Regulations, Collective Labor Agreements, and Employment Agreements with applicable laws and regulations. Labor law, as represented in Law Number 13 of 2003 concerning Labor, is deemed to be imperfect so it has not been able to provide solutions to injustices in the termination of employment. Therefore, the provisions in the labor law as referred to in Law Number 13 of 2003 concerning Labor need to be continually improved, especially the provisions in articles which give rise to injustice for workers and employers related to Termination of Employment.