Used items get a second life in thrift stores from every day RataPlan. In addition, suitable work is offered to our people thanks to the sale of used items. To achieve these environmental and participation objectives it works RataPlan together with a number of important partners. You can think of municipalities, work companies or schools.
We currently have several partners, but we are always open to new partnerships. Do you have a company, organization or initiative in the field of people and / or the environment and would you like to talk to see if there is a possibility of collaboration? Then contact us via the email.
We are very happy with our current cooperation partners and have been working with them for some time. Find our current partners below
|CSR North Holland North|
We are a Proud Partner!
As a socially responsible company, we deploy people to their capabilities
and talents. Social entrepreneurship works!
|WNK Personnel services|
Employees with a distance to the labor market are seconded via WNK.
In addition, RataPlan people in assisted employment through WNK.
Like WNK, Noorderkwartier is seconding employees with a distance to the labor market.
|ROC | Kop van Noord-Holland|
RataPlan takes various courses at the ROC. For example, the internal class retail level 2 in 2018 has been successfully completed by 8 employees. In addition gives RataPlan
students of the ROC the opportunity to do an internship in the thrift store.
Pantar is a company that gives people with a distance to the labor market a paid job. Pantar provides secondment and guidance to people who are at a distance from the labor market RataPlan.
For more than 60 years, Patijnenburg has been supporting motivated people who are at a distance from the labor market to work. They not only help these people to find suitable jobs tailored to their abilities and talents, but also guide and encourage them in their development.
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