It's Civil Service Physical Activity Week, and Jonathan Jones, our Health and Well-being Champion, has some tips on how we can fit physical activity into the working day.
Jonathan Jones is HM Procurator General, Treasury Solicitor and Head of the Government Legal Service and Crown's Nominee. He is also the Civil Service Health and Wellbeing Champion.
Jonathan took up his role as Treasury Solicitor and Chairman of the TSol Board on 1 March 2014.
TSol became the Government Legal Department on 1 April 2015.
In Mental Health Awareness Week, Civil Service Health and Well-being Champion Jonathan Jones looks at the benefits of physical activity for better mental health.
Civil Service Health and Well-being Champion Jonathan Jones encourages us to support Time to Talk Day, an opportunity to help remove the stigma attached to speaking about mental health.
Read Civil Service Health and Well-being Champion Jonathan Jones's tips for those resolving to live healthier this year.
Civil Service Health and Well-being Champion Jonathan Jones highlights a campaign to raise awareness of domestic and gender-based violence.
On World Mental Health Day, Civil Service Health and Well-Being Champion Jonathan Jones explains why we need to provide workplace support for civil servants with caring responsibilities.
In BackCare Awareness Week, Civil Service Health and Well-being Champion Jonathan Jones has some useful tips on minimising the risk of back pain and strain.
Jonathan Jones, Head of the Government Legal Service, writes his first blog as the Civil Service Health and Well-Being Champion.
Jonathan Jones says giving staff more flexible working options is helping the Government Legal Department recruit and retain the talented people it needs.
Treasury Solicitor Jonathan Jones explains how good legal services support good government.
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