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Morgan Hunt named finalist for Best Corporate Social Responsibility

Morgan Hunt named finalist for Best Corporate Social Responsibility At The National Business Awards

Morgan Hunt have been named as a finalist for the Corporate Social Responsibility Award at the prestigious National Business Awards ceremony. The awards, to be held on 9th November 2010 at The Grosvenor House Hotel in London, cover all industries and all sizes of companies across the UK. Morgan Hunt who are carrying the baton for the Recruitment Industry are nominated against giants such as Coca Cola, Unilever and the Co-operative.

The award will go to the organisation that can best demonstrate a company-wide commitment to Corporate Responsibility and business sustainability. The judges will look for evidence of a clearly articulated and widely communicated Corporate Responsibility and sustainability strategy embedded in the organisations business strategy, together with examples of policies or projects that positively impact on society, the environment and the economy.

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Morgan Hunt have been shortlisted in particular for working in partnership with the Dame Kelly Holmes Legacy Trust and have pioneered a program that gives disadvantaged young people (NEETs) a program to build confidence, self esteem, work experience ultimately integrating them into mainstream employment or training.

In addition Morgan Hunt have been a long term sponsor of The St Andrews Childrens Clinic providing basic primary health care for children and mothers and thus help reduce the Under 5 Mortality Rate and sends two recruitment consultants out to one of the many clinics in Africa every year to oversee the progress being made.

We are thrilled to be nominated along with such prestigious Global Brands and believe that pound-for-pound we are punching well above our weight with regard to our contribution to the good causes that we support said Gavin Megnauth, Director of Operations at Morgan Hunt.

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