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Responsabilidad Social Corporativa
Desde que empezó a tener recursos, el Circo del Sol se centró en las comunidades, y en especial en los jóvenes con dificultades. Junto con sus socios, colabora en 80 comunidades de más de 20 países de los 5 continentes.

Responsabilidad con sus trabajadores
En relación a sus trabajadores, la responsabilidad se centra fundamentalmente en la motivación. Están muy bien remunerados, y desde luego, el salario es parte de la ecuación. Pero lo más importante es que les dan un entorno para poder desarrollar arte. Les dan la oportunidad de alargar su carrera, y de conocer mundo al mismo tiempo.

A raíz de esto surgió el hecho de que los directores artísticos desarrollan un plan base para una actuación a partir de la cual, los artistas tienen plena libertad de desarrollo personal y creativo, aportando cada artista su granito de arena, todo trabajando hacia una misma dirección.

Lo más importante es que intentan que sus trabajadores nunca estén aislados.
Contratan a grupos de personas, que sean igual de talentosas, para que se apoyen entre ellos. Intentan que el grupo sea como una familia, conviviendo no sólo en las horas de entrenamiento y trabajo, sino viviendo en el mismo hotel y comiendo siempre juntos. Tiene clases de idiomas y traductores, para poder comunicarse entre ellos.

Existen diferencias entre los trabajadores que están de gira con la carpa principal, los que están de gira en recintos abiertos, y los que están en espectáculos permanentes: * Todos tienen seguro médico, dental, de incapacidad y de vida. * La diferencia entre los que están en carpa principal, y los que están en recintos abiertos, es que los que están en la carpa principal, tienen derecho a la escolarización de los niños, y parece ser que los que trabajan en recintos abiertos no. * Todos tienen un “Banco” de días de ausencia por…...

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