Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues (Print ISSN: 1544-0036; Online ISSN: 1544-0044)


Implementation of Corporate Social Responsibility through Community Empowerment at Copper Mining in Wetar Island

Author(s): Teng Berlianty

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Indonesia can basically be directed at strengthening the people's economy based on small and medium-sized businesses and improving the quality of community human resources through improving educational facilities and infrastructure. This study aims to analyze and examine: 1) the size/standard of the implementation of the Corporate Social Responsibility Program and 2) whether PT Batu Tua Tembaga Raya (BTR) has implemented the CSR measure/standard. This research is sociolegal research, which combines doctrinal law research methods and empirical law research methods. This type of research data is primary data and secondary data obtained through literature studies and interviews. The results showed that: 1) measures of CSR implementation according to the principle of proportionality are: a) the size of the Company's capabilities based on the number and type of programs; b) size of contribution based on program objectives. 2) In practice, PT Batu Tua Tembaga Raya (BTR) has implemented CSR program standards well through community empowerment.

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