For the sovereign pontiff, “human, ethical and spiritual capital is worth more than economic and financial capital”.
The entrepreneur must keep in touch with work, otherwise he becomes a speculator or an annuitant, said Pope Francis in a letter read this Monday in Paris in front of bosses gathered at the Medef summer university, the main French employers’ organization. “One of the most serious crises of our time is the loss of contact of the entrepreneur with the work of his company, and therefore with his workers who become invisible.“, according to this letter written on July 13 and read by the Bishop of Nanterre, Mgr Matthieu Rougé, at the podium of the Meeting of French Entrepreneurs (REF), on the Parisian Hippodrome of Longchamp.
«The entrepreneur is also a worker » et «he remains an entrepreneur as long as he works“Judges the pope in this letter. But “when the entrepreneur no longer works, he becomes a speculator or an annuitant and changes profession“, believes François, who in the past has addressed several times to Confindustria, the main organization of Italian employers, but never yet to Medef. For the sovereign pontiff,human, ethical and spiritual capital is worth more than economic and financial capital».
«Without new entrepreneurs, our land will not withstand the impact of capitalism. So far you have done some things, some have done a lot, but it’s not enough», car «we are in an urgent, very urgent period“, warns the pope. “Today, an increasingly important way to participate in the common good is the creation of jobs, jobs for all, especially for young people.“considers François in this letter.
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