Our unique business services, provided by Unseen's modern slavery experts, are designed to help companies address labour abuse and exploitation in supply chains and their own operations, and manage future risks.

Working with us gives you independent verification of what you're doing to mitigate the risk of modern slavery. Our daily experience of dealing with labour abuse and exploitation situations will help you better understand the risks in your business operations and supply chains. We'll also provide you with a framework to help you continuously improve your approach to the issue.

Unseen's business Consultancy

Our Business Account Managers have extensive experience of dealing with modern slavery risks and related issues. They can help you in a number of ways.

  • Gap analysis: receive an in-depth review of your business policies and practices.
  • Risk assessment: we can help you understand where your risks might be and focus efforts on those that are greatest.
  • Strategy development and review: always be one step ahead by working with us to develop a strong strategy that is regularly reviewed and communicated across the business and with suppliers.
  • Remediation support: we will support you to remediate when things go wrong so that you can ensure you are putting in solutions to prevent more people from being exploited.

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Unseen's training in modern slavery for businesses

Training in modern slavery awareness

Unseen offers high-quality, CPD accredited modern slavery training courses for businesses in all sectors.

These practical sessions incorporate 10 years of working to end slavery at every level – from working with victims and survivors, to running the Modern Slavery Helpline and contributing to the writing of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.

We have trained small and large businesses dedicated to eliminating modern slavery from their services and supply chains. We have also offered training and consultancy to corporate clients who have responsibilities under the Modern Slavery Act. Clients include Nestlé, Burges Salmon, Sir Robert McAlpine and Nationwide.

Our training can be delivered face-to-face or online and is tailored to your specific business needs. Due to current concerns about coronavirus, all face-to-face training will be delivered via an on-line platform such as Teams or Zoom, until further notice.

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Our Business Portal

Unseen's secure Helpline Business Portal means you have access to specified information Unseen receives about cases of labour abuse and labour exploitation related to your business or sector. To help you address and remediate a situation, your Business Account Manager will facilitate conversations with other agencies, provide on the ground support for vulnerable workers and offer bespoke insight and trend analysis to help you continuously improve.

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