"As long as you're employing people, there is a moral obligation to work with people fairly, to treat people fairly and allow them to be who they should be. What's fascinating is that we have to rediscover that they're connected."
Episode #36 of Season 2 of The Social Impactors Podcast features #SocialImpactor Peter Frampton, Executive Director of the Learning Enrichment Foundation, an organization weaving settlement support, employment supports, language training, skills training, and social enterprises where people can practice their skills.
Peter and I talk about how being a social impact is more about being connected to a community, how his work with the Learning Enrichment Foundation is helping to create skills development and give people the ability to succeed, and why in his opinion social impact has always been a part of business; we are now just rediscovering that they are connected.
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