INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL CONTRACT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY IN MINING COMPANIES

Publication Date : 01/01/2018


Author(s) :

KUSTAJI VINYAMAN GUNAWARDANA, MUHAMMAD TAMRIN.


Volume/Issue :
Volume 3
,
Issue 1
(01 - 2018)



Abstract :

Purpose of this study is to examine the theory of integrative social contracts by examining the effect of employee commitment to CSR, CSR MSDM, and Clarity of CSR objectives on the successful implementation of CSR and its impact on employee performance. Researchers conducted empirical studies with data collected from 414 employees at mining companies. The structural equation model is used to test the hypothesis of the research model. Findings indicate that employee commitment to CSR and clarity of CSR targets has a statistically significant effect on the success of CSR implementation. The successful implementation of CSR has a positive effect on employee performance. Mining business management should focus on developing employees' commitments in implementing CSR as well as clarifying CSR strategies, goals, and programs on employees. In this way, employee performance can increase due to the success of the CSR program being held. This research is the first study to test the theory of integrative social contract in CSR background on mining company


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