Registry Trust

Public Data for the Public Good.
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https://www.registry-trust.org.uk/

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Records of all court judgments, fines and orders are kept by the Registry Trust. It was established in 1985 to maintain the official statutory register for England and Wales on behalf of the Ministry of Justice, and maintains similar registers for Scotland, Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, Isle of Man, and Jersey, by agreement with the relevant authorities.

The Trust's live data on monetary judgments, including county court judgments, supports millions of lending and credit decisions in the UK and Republic of Ireland every year, helping to keep the economy moving and identify economic trends. It even creates usable credit metrics through the absence of a judgment record.

It handles enquiries from consumers, courts, businesses and government, as well as operating the TrustOnline website, the only service that provides immediate public access to the complete register. It means anyone can search for individuals or businesses to see if they have a registered judgment.

As a trusted and impartial source of credit information and data in indebtedness, the trust also provides a range of services to credit reference agencies, government bodies, charities, regulators, think tanks, and other organisations.

To help its staff get the best of both worlds, it is implementing a hybrid working model and aiming to ensure it can be flexible as the pandemic continues to unfold. Staff wellbeing is important and it is respecting rest periods by restricting office hours to 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday. This helps to ensure staff are logging off and taking time to recharge.

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Wellbeing

96% of staff agreed

I am happy with the balance between my work and home life

The trust's commitment to rest periods, which means work finishes at 5pm on a Friday and staff won't receive emails until 9am on Monday, is backed up by flexible working and other practices that allow people to balance work with other priorities.
My Manager

88% of staff agreed

My manager cares about how satisfied I am in my job

Registry Trust has implemented a leadership development scheme that offers six-weekly sessions to bring leaders together for formal and informal sessions at which managers can increase their skills and learn from each other. There is also training for line managers.
My Company

79% of staff agreed

I love working for this organisation

Registry Trust aims to create an inclusive culture that respects and understands individuality and treats people with dignity and respect and in a manner that fosters and promotes co-operation and mutual interest.
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96% of staff agreed

I am happy with the balance between my work and home life

The trust's commitment to rest periods, which means work finishes at 5pm on a Friday and staff won't receive emails until 9am on Monday, is backed up by flexible working and other practices that allow people to balance work with other priorities.
My Manager
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88% of staff agreed

My manager cares about how satisfied I am in my job

Registry Trust has implemented a leadership development scheme that offers six-weekly sessions to bring leaders together for formal and informal sessions at which managers can increase their skills and learn from each other. There is also training for line managers.
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79% of staff agreed

I love working for this organisation

Registry Trust aims to create an inclusive culture that respects and understands individuality and treats people with dignity and respect and in a manner that fosters and promotes co-operation and mutual interest.

Quick Facts

Organisation established in
1985
Total number of UK employees
Number of UK locations
46
Employee average age
46% : 54%
Male : Female employee ratio
42%
Employees earning £35k+
0%
Employee turnover (voluntary)
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Registry Trust are committed to engaging our workforce. We focus on providing a structured and supportive induction process for new hires; embracing a hybrid working model to provide flexibility in a challenging world; continually evaluating our employee benefits and support packages; honest and clear communications; creating and sharing development opportunities; providing career coaching and training; and regular ongoing feedback to help everyone reach their potential.

Lex Jones, Chief Executive

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