Potential Assistance for Disadvantaged Workers: Employment Social Enterprises
Publisher: Journal of Labor Research (online ahead of print)
Apr 14, 2017
- Individuals may have close to 21% gain in employment one year after starting employment social enterprise (ESE) work.
- Taxpayers may gain at least $0.42 for every dollar spent on an ESE job.
- The return to society of developing an ESE may be at least 34%.
- The social returns to converting a profit-driven business into an ESE may exceed 100%.
Evaluating Outcomes and Impacts of Social Enterprises Run by REDF's Portfolio Organizations
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