Social firm

is a type of social enterprise, a social economy entity

A social firm is an economically sustainable enterprise active on the regular job market. It employs a certain percentage of both disadvantaged people (both socially disadvantaged and disabled) and people without handicaps/disadvantages, which is the point where mutual integration occurs.

A social firm is a company fulfilling two main objectives:
• to enterprise
• to employ persons disadvantaged on the regular job market

A social firm
• provides certain support to its employees (especially during their training or, as the case may be, during
  the course of their regular job).
• aims to utilise to the maximum extent the abilities and potential of all of its employees.
• emphasises the professional development of its workers and enables their additional education.

Social firm standards

Social firm - The challenge for 21st century enterprise

Linz Appeal 1.

Linz Appeal 2.

Call for social entrepreneurship support in the Czech Republic



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