Marina Bolton outlines the support available to civil servants suffering the effects of the menopause, and she introduces Tracy Rose, who talks about the impact of the menopause on her life and work.
On Anti-Slavery Day, Kim Ann Williamson, a civil servant active in the anti-slavery movement, says there are things we can all do to learn about and fight against modern slavery.
Cabinet Office's Lauren Roberts gives a personal view of the significance of Black History Month for diversity and inclusion in the Civil Service.
For OCD Awareness Week (13 to 19 October), Paul Carter from Civil Service HR interviewed leading OCD therapist Katie d’Ath to raise awareness of Purely Obsessional OCD, a form of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
As part of Working Families Work-Life Week celebrations, Brian Stanislas gives an update on developments in the Civil Service Job Share Finder.
At the close of Mediation Awareness Week, Government Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil encourages civil servants to consider how they can play a part in embedding a culture in the Civil Service that embraces difference and positively handles conflict through mediation.
Jonathan Slater, Civil Service LGB&TI Champion, talks about the significance of National Coming Out Day for LGB&TI people and the responsibility of all civil servants to help create an inclusive workplace.
On World Mental Health Day, Civil Service Health and Wellbeing Champion Jonathan Jones highlights the need to look after each other's welfare as well as our own.
Ministry of Justice Permanent Secretary Richard Heaton unveils the shortlisted nominations for this year’s Civil Service Awards and reminds us why they they are so important.
On World Homeless Day, Catherine Bennion talks about the collaboration between civil servants, local authorities and external experts to support the homeless.