On International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Peter Dennis of our Disabled Employee Network reflects on how our policies are benefiting colleagues with a disability.
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Flexible working hours and a Carer's Passport are just two of the ways in which HM Land Registry supports colleagues with caring responsibilities. On Carers Rights Day, Louise Brumpton tells how her family's quality of life has been transformed since she joined the organisation.
Israel Spielman was perhaps our first colleague from an ethnic minority when he joined HM Land Registry shortly before the First World War. Today just over 5% of our staff declare they’re from a black, Asian and minority ethnic background, a figure we are striving to increase.
Through celebrating Black History Month, we want to foster a workplace culture where we celebrate our people and continuously evolve.
IT Assurance is all about understanding people and identifying improvements, says senior manager Andrew Radmore.
Wendy Hayton talks about how the Sunflower Lanyard Scheme can help people with hidden disabilities.
Our Women’s Network members are proudly following in the footsteps of all the influential women before them. We asked them to share some of their own stories about helping to break barriers in the workplace.
"I can honestly say that I’ve never felt so comfortable as a gay man in any place of work." Oliver Ducker explains how HM Land Registry provides the welcoming environment every colleague deserves.
Joining the communications team at HM Land Registry was daunting for Government Communication Service Apprentice Olivia Frost but she quickly learned her voice and ideas were valued.
Most first registrations are your typical residential properties, such as flats, garden land and houses. So it’s interesting when we receive applications to register property that are not the norm.