Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Corporate Citizenship (CC) has a variety of definitions and terms used interchangeably to address the topic: business ethics, corporate social responsibility (CSR), corporate accountability, corporate responsibility, corporate sustainability, etc. The CC Committee recognizes the following definition of Corporate Citizenship based upon the AmCham Indonesia 2011 CSR Survey. The definition is a combination of local insights coupled with leading pronouncements from the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI), World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and Business for Social Responsibility (BSR).
Business that enables sustainable economic development in ways that honor ethical values and respect people, communities and the natural environment
Major stakeholder groups and companies interchangeably influence and impact respective capacities to operate and co-exist. Key constituents are a major source of innovation and competitive advantage as well as contention and underperformance. These groups affect a broad range of core business issues in our workplace, marketplace and living space; vision, values, good governance, accountability, transparency, work ethic, reputation, productivity, profitability, community development, investment, environmental quality, social equity, education, human rights, health, safety, disaster response, etc.) and include the following key counterparts:
- employees - employers - customers - NGOs/CSOs
- suppliers/partners - investors/shareholders - regulators - media
The CC Committee aims to increase AmCham membership CC awareness and encourage organizations to define and integrate sustainable visions, strategies, programs and performance that enable compliance and create value and quantifiable results within their enterprises and amongst their main stakeholder groups.
The CC Committee objectives are:
The CC Committee will realize its objectives through linkages with credible resources, accurate information and the involvement of AmCham membership impacted by current and future CC issues, including pending CSR legislation and related matters:
The CC Committee plans to achieve the following tactical goals during the 2011 timeframe with the intention to enhance the image and working level of CC across the US business community and its friends in Indonesia:
A. Raise Awareness
The Corporate Citizenship Committee also leads AmCham Indonesia's Disaster Response Plan.
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Corporate Affairs Director Cocoa for Mars Wrigley Indonesia, has over 15 years public & government affairs experience in energy sector & FMCG. He joined Mars in 2021 as part of the Indonesia Leadership Team. Jeffrey is also part of the Mars Cocoa more..