How Managers Perceive Internal Corporate Social Responsibility: An Empirical Study of Indonesian Women’s Employment
- 13 Editor(s): David Crowther , Shahla Seifi ISBN: 978-1-78756-162-5 eISBN: 978-1-78756-161-8
The aim of this study is to find out the managers’ perception of employment practices and human rights for Indonesian women employee. The research was conducted by using a quantitative and qualitative approach. Data collection was gathered through a questionnaire before performing the Kruskal-Wallis and Mann-Whitney U tests that compare the managers’ perception. The samples for the research were top-, middle-, and low-level managers in Indonesian companies. Three primary managers’ perceptions concerning human rights were found. They are requirement of a particular unit to handle discrimination complaint, guarantee of rights to associate and give opinions, and workforce. There are also three primary managers’ perceptions on employment practices. They are sexual harassment, time flexibility for breastfeeding, and training for counseling facilities and employee risk anticipation. The originality of this study is empirical exploration of multilevel managers’ perception of women employment practices and human rights in Indonesia.
- Perception, human rights, woman employment, multilevel managers, internal CSR, labor, employment practices, high-level manager, middle-level manager, low-level managers
- Emerald Publishing Limited
- Kurnia Perdana , , Nova Mardiana , (2018), How Managers Perceive Internal Corporate Social Responsibility: An Empirical Study of Indonesian Women’s Employment, in David Crowther , Shahla Seifi (ed.) Redefining Corporate Social Responsibility (Developments in Corporate Governance and Responsibility, Volume 13) Emerald Publishing Limited, pp.177 - 192
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