At HM Land Registry we enjoy a huge amount of health and wellbeing support and a thriving Disabled Employee Network. We’re celebrating the current Disability History Month and this year’s theme of Disability and Music.
Disabled Employee Network
Jessica Ball, IT apprentice, talks about working at HM Land Registry with Asperger’s Syndrome and the challenges she has faced.
Wendy and Alan share personal accounts of mental health, with the hope of helping others in need and to challenge perceptions of mental illness.
Our Head of Diversity talks about some of our recent work and achievements in attracting diverse talent and ensuring our policies are fair to all of our people.
Jessica has been working in our IT Solutions department. She talks about her apprenticeship and working to develop our digital services in her blog.
Annette Nuttall talks about HM Land Registry’s fundraising, following a colleague's spinal injury.
Wendy Hayton, co-chair of our Disabled Employees Network, shares her personal journey at HM Land Registry and why she's started talking to her computer.
Caseworker and International Taekwondo Instructor, Kirsty Owen, talks about how she overcomes her disability.
Chris Beynon takes to the blog to share his career path, why's he's called the 'Config Troll' and his involvement with our Disabled Employee Network.
Emma Sibson shares her apprentice story and why joining our Disabled Employee Network (DEN) was one of the best decisions she's made.