Included in the Group of Commercial Workers in the Corporate Environment

Included in the Group of Commercial Workers in the Corporate Environment
The opinions of other legal scholars regarding the relationship between the two laws are as follows:
Van Kan assumed, that Commercial Law is an additional Civil Law, which is an addition that regulates specific matters. Per KUH contains the Civil Code in the narrow sense, while the KUHD contains the additions which regulate specific matters of civil law in the narrow sense.
Van Apeldoorn considers Commercial Law a special part of the engagement law field that cannot be specified in Book III of the Indonesian Penal Code.
Sukrdono stated that Article 1 of the KUHD maintains a unity between General Civil Law and Commercial Law ... only that the KUHD does not specifically deviate from the KUH Per.
Tirtaamidjaja stated that Commercial Law is a special Civil Law.
In relation to Commercial Law and Civil Law, we can also compare it with the relevant legal system in Switzerland. Just as in our homeland, in Switzerland also applies two codifications, both of which regulate civil law together. Mediation in Commercial Law
A trader, especially someone who runs a large and meaningful company, usually cannot work alone. In running his company he needs the help of people who work for him as a subordinate, or people who stand alone and have their own company and who have permanent or non-permanent relations with him.
As a result of the rapid growth of trade today, most entrepreneurs no longer try to be alone, but unite in alliances or companies that occupy buildings for offices with few employees. People then differentiate between small companies (which have 1-5 workers), medium companies (number of workers 5-50 people), and large companies (the number of workers is more than 50 people).
In each shop, you can see the different colors of workers, such as salespeople, recipients of money, packers, and others. All of them operate in their respective positions and can be considered as substitutes for the ruler himself, who acts as his representative in relations with the outside world or with third parties. They are all intermediaries. According to Prof. Sukardono belongs to the groups of business servants or business workers (handelsbedienden).

Included in the group of commercial workers in the corporate environment are:
Company leader (manager);
Holders of procuration (procurantie houder or general agent);
Traders traveling around (commercial travelers).
In addition there are also groups of intermediaries who work outside the corporate environment, such as:
Commercial agent (commercial agent);
Broker (broker);
Commissioner (factor);
Bank entrepreneur.

Business Ethics
Business ethics are moral principles which are standard of business behavior which are accepted by the merchant community and the world of commerce. It is a set of values and rules that encompass good or bad rules in a commercial operation. In the custom of the kingdom, the crowds, competitors and individuals determine what may be generally accepted. For example, a businessman who is ethical in his habits is an honest and trustworthy person.
On November 8, 1983, the Malaysian Trade Practice Ethics (EAPM) was launched by the Malaysian Minister of Trade and Industry. This ethic is a royal effort to create awareness among the merchants so that they have moral and social responsibilities. This ethic is manifested because of the insistence of movement that states against the increase in various practices that are not healthy, for example unsatisfactory services and the bazing of goods in the market.