Working at HM Land Registry has changed Emma Procter's life by giving her the stability and support she needs to manage her hidden disabilities.
This Jeans for Genes week, Registration Officer Heather Stringer shares her story on living and working with coloboma, a rare genetic condition.
Join us and you’ll be welcomed into open, friendly, knowledgeable teams to work with experts and receive the training you need. Each of our colleagues plays a key part in achieving our aims and whether you’re with us for two years or 20, you’ll be valued for who you are and what you bring to our organisation.
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.
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.
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.
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.