As humanity enters a sophisticated phase of its development, a social solidarity economic model is a natural choice.
Businesses have a need to react to the development trends demanded of it by the society in which it operates and this requires that they now adopt a form of social solidarity. This entails:-
Using vulnerable people as part of the work force in order to improve their economic situation;
Social solidarity means cooperating with each other and taking in account the needs of others since, only this innovative vision, combined with hard work, can overcome the challenges we are now required to face together.
Social solidarity means being prepared to love one's neighbour and to, readily extend, a helping hand. Someone else's pain is our pain too.
Willingly giving a portion of company profits to help vulnerable and less well off people in our society.
Our great writer, Rustaveli, said, over eight hundred years ago: "whatever you give away is not lost"