Controlling Officer's Environmental Report 2016
We strive to ensure that our business and daily operations are environmentally responsible. Our Controlling Officer's Environmental Report 2016 was released in July 2017. It provides details on our environmental policy, objectives and measures, as well as our environmental performance in 2016 and environmental targets for 2017.
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As a caring organisation advocating equal opportunities for employees and eliminating discrimination in workplace, the Land Registry has joined the Sunnyway Programme for the tenth year. The Programme is organised by the Social Welfare Department with an aim of enhancing the employment of young persons with disabilities or early signs of mental illness. Through mentorship of our colleagues, the trainees could acquire job-related skills, build up confidence and develop good work habits for enhancing employability in the future.
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Job Shadow Day 2017
This is the tenth year that the Land Registry has partnered with the Junior Achievement Hong Kong to organise the Job Shadow Day for secondary school students. The programme was conducted on 17 May 2017 for 17 students from the Holy Family Canossian College.
The students were guided by our workplace mentors to work in different units of our office. The activities enabled them to gain a better understanding of the real life working environment, and to give thoughts to their career aspirations. The students shared that the work attachment was a very good experience to them. They had more understanding of the work nature and work challenges of the department as well as the skills required for the work.
Life Buddies Mentoring Scheme
The Land Registry has participated in the “Life Buddies Mentoring Scheme – Job Tasting Programmes” since it was launched by the Policy and Project Co-ordination Unit of the Chief Secretary for Administration’s Private Office to support upward mobility of youth. On 6 July 2017, students from the True Light Girls’ College visited various work units of the Land Registry and were guided by the mentors to work in different workplaces. Through the one-day work attachment programme, the students experienced real-life work and obtained career information, which helped broadening their exposure and career planning.
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