4. Full Inclusion

When job seekers become employees, the goal is to find inclusion both socially and economically.

Social Inclusion
You have the right to be fully included at your workplace in the same way as any other person who works there. This means you should feel you belong at your workplace, and feel that your co-workers respect you as an equal. If there are activities such as parties or dinners with the other staff people at your job, outside of the hours of your work, you should be included in those events too.

True community inclusion includes employment. Becoming involved in your community will allow you:

Economic Inclusion
Economic inclusion is about: