Following a period of significant downsizing arising from the property crash of 2007, Land Registry had not recruited in to their operations function for 7 years. With a workforce demographic which included 42 per cent of their staff entering, or nearing retirement age and the launch of an organisation wide digitisation programme on the horizon, the organisation found themselves with an urgent need to refresh its workforce and plan for the future.
In May 2014 they decided to launch a new apprenticeship scheme, the first in its 150 year history to begin to address these issues, and rejuvenate the workforce.
In this case study Jobsgopublic reveals how it helped Land Registry reach its recruitment goals.
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