JS Luwansa Hotel, 17 November 2016

Judging
Team

Winners

Gallery
AWARDS METHODOLOGY
PHASE 1
Selection Process
The companies that are included in the research are those with the following criteria:
  1. Not doing business in the field of nuclear, weapons, tobacco, alcohol, and Genetically Modified Organism (GMO)
  2. Meet the following Financial Aspect:
    • Market Capitalization > 1 trillion
    • Rupiah, total assets > 1 trillion
    • Rupiah, Positive PE Ratio

PHASE 2
Fundamental Aspect
The fundamental aspects are developed from core subjects of ISO 26000, then weight is assigned for each aspect. The result is below:
  • Environment: 15%
  • Community Development: 15%
  • Organisational Governance: 30%
  • Business Behaviour & Consumer Issue: 15%
  • Human Rights: 10%
  • Labour Practice: 15%

PHASE 3
Scoring
The scoring in this study uses "three general concepts of disclosure" developed by Hendriksen, E, 1998, i.e:
  • When indicators are not disclosed in the report, it is given a score of "0".
  • When the disclosure of indicators are sufficient enough not to make the statement misleading, then it is given a score of "1".
  • When the disclosure of indicators are considered fair to all potential readers, it is given score as "2".
  • If the disclosure of indicators are complete (full) that present all relevant information, then it is given score of "3".​​

PHASE 4
Additional and Reduction value by 5% if:
  • The company practices good corporate governance (+5%)
  • The company practices bad corporate governance (-5%), because of, among other things:
    • There is report that the company has poluted the environment, violated human rights and other aspects of sustainability.
    • The Company does not fullfill its tax obligation
AWARDS CRITERIA
Based on ISO 26000, International Standard Guidelines for Social Responsibility

01.
ENVIRONMENT
​a Company should continually seek to improve its Environmental Performance by:
  1. Prevention of pollution
  2. Sustainable resource use
  3. Climate change mitigation and adaptation
  4. Protection of the environment, biodiversity and restoration of natural habitats

02.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
​a Company should demonstrate a commitment to Community and Good Stakeholder Relationship by:
  1. Community involvement
  2. Education and culture
  3. Employment creation and skills development
  4. Technology development and access
  5. Wealth and income creation
  6. Health
  7. Social investment

03.
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
​a Company should demonstrate a commitment to improve Corporate Governance by:
  1. Organisation’s Decision Making Process and Structures in the context of Social Responsibility
  2. Principles of Social Responsibility
04.
BUSINESS BEHAVIOUR
​a Company should demonstrate a commitment to Business Behaviour by:
  1. Anti-corruption
  2. Fair competition
  3. Promoting social responsibility in the value chain
  4. Respect for property rights
  5. Fair Marketing, Factual an unbiased information and Fair contractual practices
  6. Protecting consumers health and safety
  7. Sustainable Consumption
  8. Consumer service, support, and complaint and dispute resolution
  9. Consumer data protection and privacy
  10. Access to Essential Service
  11. Education And Awareness

05.
LABOUR PRACTICE
a Company should demonstrate a Commitment to Labour Practice by implementing:
  1. Employment and employment relationships
  2. Conditions of work and social protection
  3. Social dialogue
  4. Health and safety at work
  5. Human development and training in the workplace

06.
HUMAN RIGHTS
a Company should continually seek to improve its Human Rights by conducting:
  1. Due Diligence
  2. Human rights risk situations
  3. Avoidance of complicity
  4. Resolving grievances
  5. Discrimination and vulnerable groups
  6. Civil and political rights
  7. Economic, social and cultural rights
  8. Fundamental principles and rights at work
JUDGING TEAM
Maria R. Nindita Radyati, Ph.D, Dip. Cons., Dip. PM, Cert.IV. IRM
Executive Director of CECT Trisakti University, Founding Director of MM-Sustainability & MM-CE Trisakti University
Jalal
Praktisi CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)
Kemal Soeriawidjaja
Executive Director - CCPHI (​Company Community Partnerships for Health in Indonesia)
Tony Simmonds
CEO - Australian Mining Chamber (Ausmincham)
Rio Zakarias Widyandaru
​Peneliti CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)
Bonifasius Santiko Parikesit
Peneliti CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)
WINNERS
CATEGORY: CSR PERFORMANCE IN EACH FUNDAMENTAL ASPECT

  • Organisational Governance Aspect
    1. Timah (Persero), Tbk
    2. Wijaya Karya (Persero), Tbk
    3. PP London Sumatera Indonesia, Tbk

  • Community Development Aspect
    1. Unilever Indonesia, Tbk
    2. Gajah Tunggal, Tbk
    3. Indofood Sukses Makmur, Tbk

  • Environment Aspect
    1. Astra Agro Lestari, Tbk
    2. Semen Indonesia (Persero), Tbk
    3. Bukit Asam (Persero), Tbk

  • Labour Practices Aspect
    1. Astra International, Tbk
    2. Bank Rakyat Indonesia (Persero), Tbk
    3. Adhi Karya (Persero), Tbk

  • Human Rights Aspect
    1. Perusahaan Gas Negara (Persero), Tbk
    2. Japfa Comfeed Indonesia, Tbk
    3. Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero), Tbk

  • Business Behaviour Aspect (Fair Operating Practices & Consumer Issues
    1. Bank Central Asia, Tbk
    2. Bank OCBC NISP, Tbk
    3. Bank Mandiri (Persero), Tbk

CATEGORY: CSR PERFORMANCE BASED ON OVERALL FUNDAMENTAL ASPECT

  1. Unilever Indonesia, Tbk
  2. Perusahaan Gas Negara (Persero), Tbk
CATEGORY: SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT

  • Managing Sustainable CSR Program
    1. Astra International, Tbk
    2. Bank Central Asia, Tbk

  • Delivering Successful CSR Projects
    1. Bank Danamon Indonesia, Tbk
    2. Gajah Tunggal, Tbk
    3. United Tractors, Tbk

  • Managing Risk Through CSR
    1. Pertamina Lubricants
    2. Aneka Tambang (Persero), Tbk

  • Delivering Sustainable Benefit
    1. Bank Syariah Mandiri
    2. Bank OCBC NISP, Tbk
    3. Adaro Energy, Tbk

  • Creating Sustainable Partnership - Community Enterprise
    1. Unilever Indonesia, Tbk
    2. Pertamina EP

  • Creating Sustainable Partnership - Education
    1. Pembangunan Jaya Ancol, Tbk

  • Creating Sustainable Partnership - Value Chain
    1. Bank Rakyat Indonesia, Tbk