Latest development in long-running saga that has seen dozens of disabled former employees left in hardship and an ex-management team member and well known social entrepreneur embroiled in a legal case with the company’s new owner.
The UK’s social enterprise membership body launched the campaign to support the former social enterprise's employees – who were left in financial difficulty after the company failed to pay them thousands of pounds in wages and redundancy payments.
Supermarket chain launches investigation, MP raises issue of “unpaid wages” in Parliament, leading social entrepreneur calls for more “teeth” for accreditations – but Clarity claims its ethos of supporting people with disabilities remains.
What does the day-to-day work of a social enterprise look like around the world? Our photo feature brings you right to the front lines, thanks to beautiful, compelling images submitted by our readers – this time in Pakistan, Australia and the UK.