Labour companies

Labour companies

Labour companies are capital, public limited, or limited companies where the majority of social capital belongs to the workers that provide paid services directly as staff with permanent contracts.

Over its more than 40 years in existence, this has shown itself to be a collective investment company model with transparent and democratic management and an increased ability to create stable, quality employment.

Labour companies are characterised by having an appetite for social change that specifically impacts some of the world’s most significant challenges: quality employment, reducing inequalities, promoting industry and innovation, continued training and equality, and a commitment to the environment and local development.

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Association of Basque capital invested companies

Business federation of Spanish invested and labour companies