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Testimony of Mr. François Grieshaber

  • Labour : Production and Services
  • Europe : France
  • Témoignage

Par François Grieshaber le 19/04/2017

Mr. François Grieshaber is the manager of social compagny 'Domaine duStierkopf.' His testimony is that of a social entrepreneur who was able to combine the richness of a terroir to the richness of challenged men and women.

My family is winemaker from father to son since 4 generations in Molsheim, the region's northernmost vineyard of Alsace. When I started, I ran privately the domain, installed on the slopes of the Stierkopf, oriented to the South.

Today all in keeping the property, the vineyard is leased to a social company I manage and who operates the.

Initially it is a story of friendship with Mr. Hoerter, winemaker and manager of Solivers, a group of suitable companies which the Stierkopf belongs. We met in the agricultural college.  A few years after moving, my friend Pierre Hoerter, very invested in the sector of disablity suggested an experiment; to let the work of my vineyards be done by disabled people. More than 26 years ago.

In the meantime I had children one of whom have autism spectrum disorders . Disability has affected me personally. It then became a key motivation.

At the time we had 5 or 6 people workers of ESAT, able to perform tasks in a more open environment. Several winemakers contacted by Pierre Hoerter played the game.  We used these persons with disabilities, untrained, to tear off and down the vine wood after winter pruning.  The debut occurred with an appointment given in Molsheim, and a van to bring workers on site. We trained them gradually to precise gestures and the understanding of the environment and it began to run very quickly.

I was no longer alone in heavy work. My son asked me to spend time with him. So many reason to take the plunge. I therefore transformed the company private in appropriate company which I am responsible.

Seasonal work developed in our sector and others. They were called for tasks in the hop yard. Soon, we seized also the development potential in green space with the key positions. Thus could the workload be balanced on the year. Viticulture and green space are complementary; Winter work on the vines, the spring and summer on the JEV,  again in viticulture. Suitable company has created since its creation 15 stations in TDCI, some full-time, others part-time. The vine is 60% of the activity and about 40% green areas.

Being Manager of a suitable business allowed me to take a step back on the company, see things evolve. Labor represented by people with disabilities has facilitated the transition to organic farming. I have the feeling of having accomplished something coherent from an ethical life. Respect for life and help at the human level proceed from the same logic. We had to do the same with plants in order to also respect the people who work in the vineyards.

Moreover, I wanted more work alone but as a team. Individual companies that have grown have too much to do. Their leaders take more recoil compared to their profession. Generate margins for reflection is essential and that's what I do.

I do not regret my decision. I just regret not taking earlier. The essential gain is a human gain, of relationships. See people, supposedly unprofitable for the company, perform technical work who value is a satisfaction. It demonstrated to the contrary of the atmosphere and the prevailing mentality. It is also thanks to the options taken from the start of the enterprise learning, which is an organization that puts the training and development of skills at the centre of its concerns. When people with disabilities come they have a very low self-esteem. Through training and learning of the actions on the ground, they are gaining skills and come to become qualified for the tasks that their are entrusted. Self-esteem follows immediately.

I don't know any Winery who themselves are transformed into social company in Alsace. May be there are in other areas. The obstacles are to be found in imitation of what has always been done, and in the look of society. But if I had a Word to say to wine growers who think the next step, it would be the word: dare.

 

 

 

My family, winemaker from father to son since 4 generations in Molsheim, the region's northernmost vineyard of Alsace. When I started, I ran so privately the field family, installed on the slopes of the Stierkopf, oriented to the South.

Today everything in keeping the property, the vineyard is leased to a suitable company I management and who operates the.

Initially it is a story of friendship with Mr. Hoerter, winemaker and CEO of Solivers, a group of suitable companies which the Stierkopf belongs. We are known in the agricultural college.  A few years after moving, my friend Pierre Hoerter, very invested in the sector of the because suggested an experiment; the work in my vineyards of people with a disability. More than 26 years ago.

In the meantime I had children one of whom a disorder on the autism spectrum. Disability has affected me personally. It then became a key motivation.

At the time we had 5 or 6 people workers of ESAT, able to perform tasks in a more open environment. Several winemakers contacted by Pierre Hoerter played the game.  We used these persons with disabilities, untrained, to tear off and down the vine wood after winter pruning.  The debut occurred with an appointment given in Molsheim, and a van to bring workers on site. We trained them gradually to precise gestures and the understanding of the environment and the mayonnaise has taken very quickly.

I was no longer alone in heavy work. My son asked I to spend her time. So many reason to take the plunge. I therefore transformed the company private in appropriate company which I am responsible.

Seasonal work developed in our sector and others. We also did call their services for the hop yard. Soon, we seized also the development potential in green space with the key positions. Thus could the workload be balanced on the year. Viticulture and green space are complementary; Winter work on the vines, the spring and summer on the JEV, fall again in viticulture. Suitable company has created since its creation 15 stations in TDCI, some full-time, others part-time. The vine is 60% of the activity and about 40% green areas.

Being Manager of a suitable business allowed me to take a step back on the company, see things evolve. Labor represented by people with disabilities has facilitated the transition to organic farming. I have the feeling of having accomplished something coherent from an ethical life. Respect for life and help at the human level proceed from the same logic. We had to do the same with plants in order to also respect the people who work in the vineyards.

Moreover, I wanted more work alone but as a team. Individual companies that have grown have too much to do. Their leaders take more recoil compared to their profession. Clear margins for reflection is essential and that's what I do.

I do not regret my decision. I just regret not taking earlier. The essential gain is a human gain, of relationships. See people, supposedly unprofitable for the company, perform technical work who value is a satisfaction. It demonstrated to the contrary of the atmosphere and the prevailing mentality. It is also thanks to the options taken from the start of the enterprise learning, which is an organization that puts the training and development of skills at the centre of its concerns. When people with disabilities come they have a very low self-esteem. Through training and learning of the actions on the ground, they are gaining skills and come to become qualified for the tasks that their are entrusted. Self-esteem follows immediately.

I don't know any Winery who themselves are transformed into company adapted in Alsace. There may be in other areas. The brakes are to be found in imitation of what has always been done, and in the eyes of society. But if I had a Word to say to growers who think the next step, it would be the word: dare.

 

 

 

My family, winemaker from father to son since 4 generations in Molsheim, the region's northernmost vineyard of Alsace.When I started, I ran so privately the field family, installed on the slopes of the Stierkopf, oriented to the South.

 

Today everything in keeping the property, the vineyard is leased to a suitable company I management and who operates the.

Initially it is a story of friendship with Mr. Hoerter, winemaker and CEO of Solivers, a group of suitable companies which the Stierkopf belongs. We are known in the agricultural college.  A few years after moving, my friend Pierre Hoerter, very invested in the sector of the because suggested an experiment; the work in my vineyards of people with a disability. More than 26 years ago.

In the meantime I had children one of whom a disorder on the autism spectrum. Disability has affected me personally. It then became a key motivation.

At the time we had 5 or 6 people workers of ESAT, able to perform tasks in a more open environment. Several winemakers contacted by Pierre Hoerter played the game.  We used these persons with disabilities, untrained, to tear off and down the vine wood after winter pruning.  The debut occurred with an appointment given in Molsheim, and a van to bring workers on site. We trained them gradually to precise gestures and the understanding of the environment and the mayonnaise has taken very quickly.

I was no longer alone in heavy work. My son asked I to spend her time. So many reason to take the plunge. I therefore transformed the company private in appropriate company which I am responsible.

Seasonal work developed in our sector and others. We also did call their services for the hop yard. Soon, we seized also the development potential in green space with the key positions. Thus could the workload be balanced on the year. Viticulture and green space are complementary; Winter work on the vines, the spring and summer on the JEV, fall again in viticulture. Suitable company has created since its creation 15 stations in TDCI, some full-time, others part-time. The vine is 60% of the activity and about 40% green areas.

Being Manager of a suitable business allowed me to take a step back on the company, see things evolve. Labor represented by people with disabilities has facilitated the transition to organic farming. I have the feeling of having accomplished something coherent from an ethical life. Respect for life and help at the human level proceed from the same logic. We had to do the same with plants in order to also respect the people who work in the vineyards.

Moreover, I wanted more work alone but as a team. Individual companies that have grown have too much to do. Their leaders take more recoil compared to their profession. Clear margins for reflection is essential and that's what I do.

I do not regret my decision. I just regret not taking earlier. The essential gain is a human gain, of relationships. See people, supposedly unprofitable for the company, perform technical work who value is a satisfaction. It demonstrated to the contrary of the atmosphere and the prevailing mentality. It is also thanks to the options taken from the start of the enterprise learning, which is an organization that puts the training and development of skills at the centre of its concerns. When people with disabilities come they have a very low self-esteem. Through training and learning of the actions on the ground, they are gaining skills and come to become qualified for the tasks that their are entrusted. Self-esteem follows immediately.

I don't know any Winery who themselves are transformed into company adapted in Alsace. There may be in other areas. The brakes are to be found in imitation of what has always been done, and in the eyes of society. But if I had a Word to say to growers who think the next step, it would be the word: dare.

 

 

 

My family, winemaker from father to son since 4 generations in Molsheim, the region's northernmost vineyard of Alsace. When I started, I ran so privately the field family, installed on the slopes of the Stierkopf, oriented to the South.

Today everything in keeping the property, the vineyard is leased to a suitable company I management and who operates the.

Initially it is a story of friendship with Mr. Hoerter, winemaker and CEO of Solivers, a group of suitable companies which the Stierkopf belongs. We are known in the agricultural college.  A few years after moving, my friend Pierre Hoerter, very invested in the sector of the because suggested an experiment; the work in my vineyards of people with a disability. More than 26 years ago.

In the meantime I had children one of whom a disorder on the autism spectrum. Disability has affected me personally. It then became a key motivation.

At the time we had 5 or 6 people workers of ESAT, able to perform tasks in a more open environment. Several winemakers contacted by Pierre Hoerter played the game.  We used these persons with disabilities, untrained, to tear off and down the vine wood after winter pruning.  The debut occurred with an appointment given in Molsheim, and a van to bring workers on site. We trained them gradually to precise gestures and the understanding of the environment and the mayonnaise has taken very quickly.

I was no longer alone in heavy work. My son asked I to spend her time. So many reason to take the plunge. I therefore transformed the company private in appropriate company which I am responsible.

Seasonal work developed in our sector and others. We also did call their services for the hop yard. Soon, we seized also the development potential in green space with the key positions. Thus could the workload be balanced on the year. Viticulture and green space are complementary; Winter work on the vines, the spring and summer on the JEV, fall again in viticulture. Suitable company has created since its creation 15 stations in TDCI, some full-time, others part-time. The vine is 60% of the activity and about 40% green areas.

Being Manager of a suitable business allowed me to take a step back on the company, see things evolve. Labor represented by people with disabilities has facilitated the transition to organic farming. I have the feeling of having accomplished something coherent from an ethical life. Respect for life and help at the human level proceed from the same logic. We had to do the same with plants in order to also respect the people who work in the vineyards.

Moreover, I wanted more work alone but as a team. Individual companies that have grown have too much to do. Their leaders take more recoil compared to their profession. Clear margins for reflection is essential and that's what I do.

I do not regret my decision. I just regret not taking earlier. The essential gain is a human gain, of relationships. See people, supposedly unprofitable for the company, perform technical work who value is a satisfaction. It demonstrated to the contrary of the atmosphere and the prevailing mentality. It is also thanks to the options taken from the start of the enterprise learning, which is an organization that puts the training and development of skills at the centre of its concerns. When people with disabilities come they have a very low self-esteem. Through training and learning of the actions on the ground, they are gaining skills and come to become qualified for the tasks that their are entrusted. Self-esteem follows immediately.

I don't know any Winery who themselves are transformed into company adapted in Alsace. There may be in other areas. The brakes are to be found in imitation of what has always been done, and in the eyes of society. But if I had a Word to say to growers who think the next step, it would be the word: dare.

My family, winemaker from father to son since 4 generations in Molsheim, the region's northernmost vineyard of Alsace. When I started, I ran so privately the field family, installed on the slopes of the Stierkopf, oriented to the South.

Today everything in keeping the property.the vineyard is leased to a suitable company I management and who operates the.

 

Initially it is a story of friendship with Mr. Hoerter, winemaker and CEO of Solivers, a group of suitable companies which the Stierkopf belongs. We are known in the agricultural college.  A few years after moving, my friend Pierre Hoerter, very invested in the sector of the because suggested an experiment; the work in my vineyards of people with a disability. More than 26 years ago.

In the meantime I had children one of whom a disorder on the autism spectrum. Disability has affected me personally. It then became a key motivation.

At the time we had 5 or 6 people workers of ESAT, able to perform tasks in a more open environment. Several winemakers contacted by Pierre Hoerter played the game.  We used these persons with disabilities, untrained, to tear off and down the vine wood after winter pruning.  The debut occurred with an appointment given in Molsheim, and a van to bring workers on site. We trained them gradually to precise gestures and the understanding of the environment and the mayonnaise has taken very quickly.

I was no longer alone in heavy work. My son asked I to spend her time. So many reason to take the plunge. I therefore transformed the company private in appropriate company which I am responsible.

Seasonal work developed in our sector and others. We also did call their services for the hop yard. Soon, we seized also the development potential in green space with the key positions. Thus could the workload be balanced on the year. Viticulture and green space are complementary; Winter work on the vines, the spring and summer on the JEV, fall again in viticulture. Suitable company has created since its creation 15 stations in TDCI, some full-time, others part-time. The vine is 60% of the activity and about 40% green areas.

Being Manager of a suitable business allowed me to take a step back on the company, see things evolve. Labor represented by people with disabilities has facilitated the transition to organic farming. I have the feeling of having accomplished something coherent from an ethical life. Respect for life and help at the human level proceed from the same logic. We had to do the same with plants in order to also respect the people who work in the vineyards.

Moreover, I wanted more work alone but as a team. Individual companies that have grown have too much to do. Their leaders take more recoil compared to their profession. Clear margins for reflection is essential and that's what I do.

I do not regret my decision. I just regret not taking earlier. The essential gain is a human gain, of relationships. See people, supposedly unprofitable for the company, perform technical work who value is a satisfaction. It demonstrated to the contrary of the atmosphere and the prevailing mentality. It is also thanks to the options taken from the start of the enterprise learning, which is an organization that puts the training and development of skills at the centre of its concerns. When people with disabilities come they have a very low self-esteem. Through training and learning of the actions on the ground, they are gaining skills and come to become qualified for the tasks that their are entrusted. Self-esteem follows immediately.

I don't know any Winery who themselves are transformed into company adapted in Alsace. There may be in other areas. The brakes are to be found in imitation of what has always been done, and in the eyes of society. But if I had a Word to say to growers who think the next step, it would be the word: dare.

 

My family, winemaker from father to son since 4 generations in Molsheim, the region's northernmost vineyard of Alsace. When I started, I ran so privately the field family, installed on the slopes of the Stierkopf, oriented to the South.

Today everything in keeping the property, the vineyard is leased to a suitable company I management and who operates the.

Initially it is a story of friendship with Mr. Hoerter, winemaker and CEO of Solivers, a group of suitable companies which the Stierkopf belongs. We are known in the agricultural college.  A few years after moving, my friend Pierre Hoerter, very invested in the sector of the because suggested an experiment; the work in my vineyards of people with a disability. More than 26 years ago.

In the meantime I had children one of whom a disorder on the autism spectrum. Disability has affected me personally. It then became a key motivation.

At the time we had 5 or 6 people workers of ESAT, able to perform tasks in a more open environment. Several winemakers contacted by Pierre Hoerter played the game.  We used these persons with disabilities, untrained, to tear off and down the vine wood after winter pruning.  The debut occurred with an appointment given in Molsheim, and a van to bring workers on site. We trained them gradually to precise gestures and the understanding of the environment and the mayonnaise has taken very quickly.

I was no longer alone in heavy work. My son asked I to spend her time. So many reason to take the plunge. I therefore transformed the company private in appropriate company which I am responsible.

Seasonal work developed in our sector and others. We also did call their services for the hop yard. Soon, we seized also the development potential in green space with the key positions. Thus could the workload be balanced on the year. Viticulture and green space are complementary; Winter work on the vines, the spring and summer on the JEV, fall again in viticulture. Suitable company has created since its creation 15 stations in TDCI, some full-time, others part-time. The vine is 60% of the activity and about 40% green areas.

Being Manager of a suitable business allowed me to take a step back on the company, see things evolve. Labor represented by people with disabilities has facilitated the transition to organic farming. I have the feeling of having accomplished something coherent from an ethical life. Respect for life and help at the human level proceed from the same logic. We had to do the same with plants in order to also respect the people who work in the vineyards.

Moreover, I wanted more work alone but as a team. Individual companies that have grown have too much to do. Their leaders take more recoil compared to their profession. Clear margins for reflection is essential and that's what I do.

I do not regret my decision. I just regret not taking earlier. The essential gain is a human gain, of relationships. See people, supposedly unprofitable for the company, perform technical work who value is a satisfaction. It demonstrated to the contrary of the atmosphere and the prevailing mentality. It is also thanks to the options taken from the start of the enterprise learning, which is an organization that puts the training and development of skills at the centre of its concerns. When people with disabilities come they have a very low self-esteem. Through training and learning of the actions on the ground, they are gaining skills and come to become qualified for the tasks that their are entrusted. Self-esteem follows immediately.

I don't know any Winery who themselves are transformed into company adapted in Alsace. There may be in other areas. The brakes are to be found in imitation of what has always been done, and in the eyes of society. But if I had a Word to say to growers who think the next step, it would be the word: dare.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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