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About See Potential
See Potential is a campaign that encourages employers to give people from different backgrounds the opportunity to work and turn their lives around.
These are people who may be:
- care leavers
- homeless people or people at risk of homelessness
- long-term unemployed people
- people recovering from addiction
- single parents
- some military veterans
Single parent Danielle moves ahead at Marks & Spencer.
Single parent Kyra is enjoying her career at housing association Home Group.
Businesses are already benefiting from employing ex-offenders.
The South Central Ambulance Service explain why they signed up to See Potential.
The See Potential: employer information pack gives more information about the business benefits of See Potential.
The See Potential: step-by-step guide to open recruitment provides employers with advice on how to strengthen their workforce with talented people from different backgrounds.
You can become a See Potential employer by visiting the See Potential campaign page.