Brian Stanislas rounds up recent activities and developments in flexible working and the Civil Service Job Share Finder.
Brian Stanislas MBE
Brian Stanislas is a Product Manager (for the Civil Service Job Share Finder and the Civil Service Careers Site), within the Civil Service HR Digital and Analysis Team, based in the Cabinet Office. He is also Co-Chair of the Cross Government Flexible Working Network. Brian was awarded an MBE for services to Flexible Working and Equality in the Workplace in the Queen's Birthday Honours List on 10 October 2020.
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