Administrative Sanctions on Limited Companies Who Do Not Implement The Social Responsibility of The Company

Angelia Deby Selviani, Bambang o Winarn, A. Rachmad Budiono


Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a concept company that has responsibility towards customers, employees, shareholders, communities and the environment in all aspects of the company. CSR is closely related to sustainable development. Sustainable development is a translation of the that is defined as the process of development in the form of: land, cities, businesses, communities and other principled meet the needs of the present without compromising the fulfillment of the needs of future generations. The method used in this research is a kind of normative research is research of normative law is a legal research conducted by reviewing the materials that come from the various laws and regulations and other materials from various Literatu related to CSR, a source of legal materials through the study of literature, then the material was analyzed qualitatively law. From the research results can be obtained that the legislation that exists today as complementary, but there are differences in the concept that happen. Arrangements concerning social responsibility have become scattered and diverse concepts that arise and need to perform harmonization of all regulatory legislation related to tanggungjawan corporate social sanction administrative sanctions for a limited liability company whose efforts in the field of Natural Resources Management, especially state-owned enterprises that do not implement Environmental Social responsibility.


administarative sanctions, corporate, corporate social responsibility.


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