On 26 March, the Social Employers held its Governance meetings online. On this occasion, the Federation welcomed two new member organisations, agreed on one full membership and on one new Board member.
The General Assembly welcomed the National Association of Socially Responsible Employers (NASOR) from Bulgaria and the Network of Service Providers for Persons with Disabilities (The Network) from Greece.
NASOR is an employers’ organisation whose main objective is to intensify work with employers and service providers, including in the disability field, in order to enhance the contribution to improved social inclusion and the quality of life of the population.
The Network is a newly established organisation of social services providers, currently representing its 13 founding members. Their objective is to represent all providers in social services towards the Greek government and the EU institutions. At EU level, their aim is to cooperate with other organisations and share knowledge and good practices.
The General Assembly also approved the application of one formerly observe member, the Association of social services providers in the Slovak Republic (APSSvSR) as a full member.
In addition, the Social Employers Board welcomed Diana Chiriacescu, from FONSS (Romania) as a new Board member in a consultative role. Ms Chiriacescu will bring in her experience and expertise as Director of FONSS and member of the Social and Economic Committee in Romania.
The Social Employers now has 29 members in 18 European countries and is expected to further grow in the months to come.
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