On Monday August 25th at the headquarters of Employers of Poland, Undersecretary of State in the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy Małgorzata Marcińska and President of Employers of Poland Andrzej Malinowski encouraged businessmen to participate in the Charter program.
The opportunity to gain clients’ trust and loyalty and implementing a policy of corporate social responsibility – such are the benefits for entrepreneurs who join the “Big Family Charter” program.
– Employers of Poland – an organization associating thousands of Polish entrepreneurs – have an excellent understanding of the problems and challenges facing businessmen – said Andrzej Malinowski. – One of such challenges is the demographic downturn, which will have an impact on the future functioning of companies – he added.
With this in mind, as underlined by Andrzej Malinowski, it is necessary to introduce appropriate incentives, which will facilitate making a decision to start a big family, particularly for young people.
According to the President of Employers of Poland, the “Big Family Charter” program is an example of such an incentive. He ensured that the organization will be actively involved in promoting the initiative among entrepreneurs.
– Companies involved in this program build their image as a entities realizing a strategy of corporate social responsibility – he said. – Such activities are a way to distinguish a company on the market and have a positive influence on its competitiveness – Andrzej Malinowski added.
The importance of the involvement of entrepreneurs in the program was also stressed by Małgorzata Marcińska. – On the one hand, we intend to change the image of large families, on the other hand, our aim is to help entrepreneurs – she said. The Undersecretary also reminded that 620 thousand families and ca. 100 business partners, who offer many interesting discounts, have already entered the program – the only such program in Poland integrating all branches of the industry.
The “Big Family Charter” is one of the instruments of pro-family policy, aimed at supporting house budgets burdened with the costs of supporting a large family and integrating big families with local communities. It is also a chance to increase the prestige of such families by underlining their importance and recognizing the problems they face.
The Charter gives the right to discounts, reductions and exemptions when acquiring goods and services, as well as benefits dedicated to large families at the commune, county, voivodeship or national level.