Corporate Social Responsibilities - CSR - Services

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) can cut across almost everything a company does, and everyone it deals with. Through CSR, a company must integrate the economic, social, and environmental imperatives of their activities while at the same time addressing and balancing all stakeholders’ expectations.

In Indonesia, in particular with the recent enactment of the Article 74, of Law No.40/2007 (Limited Liability Company Law). CSR is no longer a matter of voluntary choice, but an official obligation of the major companies engaged in natural resources that operate in Indonesia.

Trimitra Consultants’ CSR services aim to provide companies with professional counsel and assistance that would help them to make their CSR program a success.


  • CSR management audit
  • Assessing effectiveness and efficiency of your current CSR strategy, plans, programs, policies & procedures, fits/gaps with your corporate strategy and stakeholders’ perception / satisfaction
  • Setting CSR related objectives that:
    • fit the overall corporate strategy
    • are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time-bound
  • Crafting appropriate CSR strategy, plans, programs and policies & procedures that:
    • fit the overall situation
    • ensure achievement of the CSR objectives
  • Coordinating and supervising the implementation of CSR programs
  • CSR Reporting
  • CSR related training programs


  • Energy & Mining
  • Agriculture
  • Power Generation
  • Real Estate
  • Chemical
  • Food & Beverage
  • Telecommunications
  • Automotives
  • Manufacturing
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is corporate social responsibility (CSR)?

The term corporate social responsibility (CSR) refers to practices and policies undertaken by corporations that are intended to have a positive influence on the world. The key idea behind CSR is for corporations to pursue other pro-social objectives, in addition to maximizing profits. Examples of common CSR objectives include minimizing environmental externalities, promoting volunteerism among company employees, and donating to charity.

Why should a company implement CSR?

Many companies view CSR as an integral part of their brand image, believing that customers will be more likely to do business with brands that they perceive to be more ethical. In this sense, CSR activities can be an important component of corporate public relations. At the same time, some company founders are also motivated to engage in CSR due to their personal convictions.

What is the impact of CSR?

The movement toward CSR has had an impact in several domains. For example, many companies have taken steps to improve the environmental sustainability of their operations, through measures such as installing renewable energy sources or purchasing carbon offsets. In managing supply chains, efforts have also been taken to eliminate reliance on unethical labor practices, such as child labor and slavery. Although CSR programs have generally been most common among large corporations, small businesses also participate in CSR through smaller-scale programs such as donating to local charities and sponsoring local events.