Reflection of Corporate Social Responsibility Implementation: Community Engagement In Sustainability Aspects

Magdalena Magdalena, Eko Ganis Suharsono, Roekhudin Roekhudin


Social responsibility is a form of business commitment to continue acting ethical, operate legally in sustainable economic development to all stakeholders and the wider community. The aim of the study was to reflect on Corporate Social Responsibility at PT. BNI regarding Community Engagement? The research approach used is a qualitative approach. The interpretive paradigm is used by researchers so that they can assist researchers in achieving the objectives in carrying out research by reflecting the CSR of PT. PTI (Persero) Tbk. The primary data source in this study was through interviews with corporate and community CSR staff and direct observation to review the implementation of the PT.BNI CSR program. While secondary data sources are annual reports and sustainability reports (CSR). Researchers use the type ofmethod content analysis guided by sustainability accounting (Sukoharsono, 2010). The results of the research on the implementation of CSR to the community through partnership and community development programs have a good impact on the welfare of the community which are examined based on 4 aspects, namely social, economic, environmental and spirituality.


corporate social responsibility, community engagement, sustainability accounting

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