The goal of this article is the analysis of the well-being of workers in social cooperatives of type B, which, according to L 381/91, aim at providing employment for disadvantaged people. The goal of the article is to analyse whether and to what extent cooperatives’ disadvantaged workers are benefiting, from a psychophysical, relational and economical point of view, from the period of work insertion in the social cooperative. The research is conducted through the methodology of the questionnaire and on a sample of 285 subjects, placed in 29 social cooperatives operating in the Province of Brescia. It is believed that the results obtained are demonstrating the support of well-being generated by social enterprises towards their employees, even when they are vulnerable.
Keywords: Social Enterprise, Job Insertion, Worker, Disadvantage, Well-being, Evaluation