Kiabi is committed to building a society and a future where everyone can find their place, whether it be with its customers, partners or employees. In Spain, each shop has at least one person with social inclusion problems or disabilities. “This commitment to inclusion and employment is not neutral. In addition to strengthening our image and reputation as a company committed to achieving a fairer and more supportive society and complying with the law on the social inclusion of people with disabilities, it also allows the company to benefit from employment subsidies,” says Rosa, head of the Kiabi Foundation in Spain. People with disabilities face many challenges on a daily basis. For the teams that welcome them, it is a source of pride to work for a company that is committed.
“We all have different abilities. In Spain, we have set up a sponsorship system within our teams that allows us to support people with social inclusion difficulties during their integration.