inspiring businesses to create genuine change

be part of something bigger, help to eradicate modern slavery

With at least 28 million people trapped in forced labour around the world, no business is risk free.

By becoming an Unseen Business Hub member, you can take action to reduce your risks and be a leader in preventing worker exploitation. You’ll have access to a range of unique and bespoke services, delivered by experts, that will make a genuine difference to your business.

Join our growing community of businesses who are committed to bringing about real and sustainable change.

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Be recognised as a leading business, putting its people first

Improve performance against ESG and SDG targets

Reinforce commitment to responsible business practice

Mitigate modern slavery risks by up-skilling workers through awareness raising and training

Enhance client relationships through synergy of values

Elevate your position in business spheres, demonstrating genuine commitment

Increase employee retention and attract talent through your connection to, and support of, a cutting-edge social issue

Your journey with Unseen will enable you to follow a path of continuous progression by giving your business what it needs to learn, grow and be recognised as a responsible employer.

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helping you to make a difference

The risks of modern slavery and worker exploitation are real. No sector or business is immune, and everyone has their part to play. That’s why, at Unseen, we use our expertise to build strong and lasting partnerships. Unseen offers a range of unique and bespoke services to help you tackle worker exploitation in your own organisation and down your supply chains, creating a culture of continuous improvement. Click on our services opposite to find out more.

business portal

We’re generating new data all the time. Become a Business Portal member and you will get access to the exclusive data we receive about cases of labour abuse and exploitation.

We share relevant information from our 24/7 Helpline with our Business Portal members. Our Business Account Managers are on hand to walk you through the next steps, help you with remedies, offer on-the-ground support and share bespoke trend analysis to help you continuously improve.

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From our extensive experience, we know that businesses come in all shapes and sizes and our premium business packages reflect those varying needs, regardless of sector.

To find out more about the package best suited to your business, enter your details below and start your journey with Unseen.

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associate business hub members

Do you want to make a difference and help Unseen give survivors the support services they need? You can show your support by giving Unseen a one-off donation and becoming an Associate Business Hub member. As a member, you’ll be making a significant impact on the lives of those who have experienced abuse and exploitation.

As an associate Business Hub member, your business can also:

Be featured visually on Unseen’s website for widespread recognition

Use Unseen’s logo to demonstrate your commitment to SDG targets

Be a part of Unseen’s growing business community

Get access to exclusive trend analysis from Unseen’s 24/7 Helpline

Raise your public profile on a key social issue

Please get in touch if you would like to find out more about becoming an Associate Hub member. Join other associate members including BT, Amazon, and JD Sports Foundation.

wellcome Case Study

We have been using data and analytics to help health research charity Wellcome improve their approach to modern slavery.

 As a member of the Business Portal, Wellcome gets unique insights from our Helpline into current trends and potential incidents of worker exploitation in their sector. This helps them identify and tackle potential risks.

 We’re also helping Wellcome continually improve their processes and prioritise compliance with upcoming legislation.

 To learn more about our partnership and get inspired about how we could work with your business, download the full case study below.

Achilles case study

Achilles is a global organisation helping to improve sustainability in supply chains, reduce risk, enhance procurement, and increase ESG standards for its clients. 

Unseen partnered with Achilles to help them help their clients with their modern slavery strategies. Previously, with no official contact in place, Achilles had been struggling to know the best place to direct their clients for certain issues. 

Now, we can be their point of call, helping to raise awareness, provide training and establish strong policies for those in construction and other sectors.  

If you want to know more about our partnership – and the versatility of our modern slavery work for businesses – you can download the full case study here.  

Nestlé Case Study

Businesses play a central role in fighting modern slavery and worker exploitation. We’ve been working with Nestlé UK, one of the world’s largest food and drink companies, on their modern slavery strategy.

Through in-depth training sessions and equipping the team with the right resources, we are helping Nestlé UK to continuously improve, changing how workers are treated across their supply chains for the better.

Want to know more? Get further insight into Unseen Business and Nestlé’s collaboration in our case study below.

Free SME toolkit

You can access our toolkit specially designed for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), written by experts in ethical business practices.

Contact us using the form below and we’ll send you a free, 32-page guide on dealing with the risks of modern slavery and worker exploitation in your business and supply chains.

what our business hub members are saying...

“Unseen was able to help pull together a good training plan which they deliver really, really well. The team are responsive and always willing to help us out with the various challenges we ask for help with. It’s quite bespoke.”

Robin Sundaram
Responsible Sourcing Manager, Nestlé UK

“The training was really insightful and thought-provoking. It is such an important topic and myself and the rest of financial crime team really enjoyed it. I would definitely recommend this to other financial institutions.” 

Senior Financial Crime Analyst, Tide

“They’ve been willing to challenge us but in a good way. They’re making sure we’re all doing things that are going to improve the situation, as opposed to just making the same mistakes that others have done before.  

“I don’t think we would have expected the amount of support that they have given us.” 

Adam Whitfield
Head of Assurance Strategy, Achilles

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Justine Currell

As I came to understand more about the issue, including through a visit to an Unseen safehouse, I knew I needed to do more to stop this abuse and exploitation.

For the last five years of my Civil Service career, I was the Modern Slavery Senior Policy Advisor in the Home Office and led on development of the Modern Slavery Act, including the transparency in supply chains provision and business guidance.

I joined Unseen to lead the development of the Modern Slavery & Exploitation Helpline, and Unseen’s work with businesses. I am regularly called upon to present at national and international conferences and use my experience of working with Ministers to influence other governments internationally to take action to address modern slavery and, in particular, business supply chain issues.

In my spare time I enjoy keeping fit, music, reading and travelling.

Andrew Wallis

What ultimately compelled me to act was a report on how people from Eastern Europe were being trafficked through Bristol airport to the USA. Kate Garbers, who went on to be an Unseen Director, and I wrote to all the city councillors, MPs and the Police Chief Constable challenging them on the issue. The challenge came back to us: this city needs safe housing for trafficked women. And so Unseen began.

But we never wanted Unseen to be just about safe housing. We wanted to end slavery once and for all, and that remains our driving focus.

I chaired the working group for the Centre for Social Justice’s landmark report “It Happens Here: Equipping the United Kingdom to Fight Modern Slavery”. This is now acknowledged as the catalyst behind the UK’s Modern Slavery Act of 2015. It was a great honour to be awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours that year. On the other hand, I’ve also been described as “the loveliest disrupter you could ever hope to meet”.

This job has taken me from building flat-pack furniture for safehouses, to working with businesses to address slavery in supply chains, to delivering training, raising awareness and advising governments around the world.

When not at work, I enjoy travelling, spending time with my dog Harley, cooking, supporting Liverpool and Yorkshire CC, music (I’m a former DJ) and endurance events such as the Three Peaks Challenge and Tribe Freedom Runs – which I vow never to do again. Until the next time.