Roberto Brezzale gave rise to the “Benvenuta Cicogna”, an informal group of companies in Vicenza and beyond: “those who pay monthly salaries, those who pay kindergarten or babysitters, those who guarantee flexible hours “. Now we are waiting for politicians to take taxpayers’ money from lazy to mothers
praised Adamo Smith and Roberto Brezzale, The Scottish economist explained how the company, which was born out of selfish reasons, produces collective welfare. The Venetian industrialist has shown that Smith is not a theory but a reality, and an immediately understandable reality, which is life-giving. “Welcome Secogna”, an informal group of companies from Vicenza and beyond, with the support of motherhood as a common goal. Brezzaelle told me about it but I am so distracted, I always think about perfume and toys, bottles and ties: I understood the value and dimensions of the initiative by reading about it at Giornale di Vicenza. Each company is free to act as it sees fit, “paying those monthly wages, those who pay kindergarten or babysitters, who guarantee flexible hours”. Results give hope, many children were born… Brezzaley points out that “supporting maternity with three years of leave would cost the state $8 billion annually, which is less than what would be spent on citizenship income”. Adamo Smith and Roberto Brezzale are to be praised, politicians who would transfer taxpayer money from idlers to mothers, sanctified.
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