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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 730-743

Corporate management in society empowerment: government agencies’ assumption and support of companies in CSR

Endah Nurhawaeny Kardiyati, Abdul Karim, Dian Novianti, Agus Irfan.


In recent years, corporate managers have struggled with the issue of the corporation’s responsibility to its society. The managers of corporations have to be responsive to an elasticlist of stakeholders. This study specifically aim to analysis the government agencies’perception and support to corporate in implementing the corporate social responsibility. This study included in the type of qualitative research, and the research strategy used in this study was a case study. The data collection techniques in case study research utilized the techniques of in-depth interview, observation, and document analysis. Triangulation’s data validation is needed to ensure the stability and correctness of data that has been collected and recorded. Qualitative research places more emphasis on inductive analysis, namely data reduction, displaying data, and drawing verification. The findings show that the government agencies assumethat CSR is one of the crucial programs for the company. It implicitly shows the view that in implementing CSR programs, there is a need for participation or synergy from relevant stakeholders. And, the primary support provided by the community for community empowerment activities is in the form of highly active participation in various activities implemented by the company

Key words: Corporate management, CSR, government support, leadership.

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