Increasing dynamic of the civilization changes in the last tenths years created stronger needs of stabilization within the members of different social groups. Last economic crises increased in the mean time the risk of loosing work and stability which is combining with it. As a result people are expecting from the state not only formal guarantee but more often real help. State can help directly in the form of benefits or indirectly by increasing chances of continuations of the work. This is giving simultaneously a right for social protection and creating the possibility of multiplication of work. For the trust of citizens to the social policy of the state basic is keeping the access to social service. This is not combining with increase of the budget expenses. Different is situation when the number of the people who getting social benefits is increasing rapidly.
Jozef Orczyk, Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Poznaniu; Wydzial Ekonomii; Katedra Pracy i Polityki Spolecznej, al. Niepodleglosci 10, 61-875 Poznan, Poland
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