How Social Enterprises Get People Back to Work


credit: The Guardian

Social enterprises and its entrepreneurs that run workplace solutions, have been shown to usher in more than traditional business models.

Most of these social enterprises are helping those farthest away from the job market, such as ex-offenders, get employed. Such new models are often scalable, and social entrepreneurs are finding ways to continuously grow.



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