These days, most enterprises have a policy for corporate social responsibility. Some, called social enterprises, even exist to solve a social issue. In the Netherlands, these social enterprises do not have their own legal form.
If you want a divorce, dissolvement of a registered partnership or get separated while having minor children with shared custody, the parents are obliged by Dutch national law to make a parenting plan.
In The Netherlands, employers are obliged to act as a ‘good employer’. Since 2015, the legislator has also translated this requirement of being a good employer into the legislation governing the dismissal of the employee.