Recruiter’s Charity of the Year: Unseen looks for your vote

Modern slavery charity Unseen is the first of this year’s shortlisted charities to stake its claim to be Recruiter’s Charity of the Year 2019.

Voting has begun for readers to nominate our charity of the year. Over the next week or so, Recruiter will feature representatives from each shortlisted charity, who will tell you why you should vote for them.

The first charity to feature is modern slavery charity Unseen, whose aim is to work towards a world without slavery.

Recruiter spoke to Unseen director Justine Currell, who elaborated on the charity’s work and why you should vote for them.

Readers can vote on the Recruiter Awards site. Voting closes on 22 March ahead of announcing the winning charity on 25 March. 

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