Government Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil describes how staff networks are going "above and beyond" to support civil servants during the coronavirus pandemic.
Rupert McNeil, Government Chief People Officer, Civil Service Human Resources, Cabinet Office
Rupert McNeil was appointed Government Chief People Officer in January 2016.
In the Year of Inclusion, Government Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil looks at progress towards making the Civil Service a great place to work for carers.
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.
In Carers Week, Government Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil writes that around half of all civil servants now work in organisations recognised under the Carer Confident scheme.
In Mental Health Awareness Week, Government Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil encourages us to break the culture of silence around mental health and talks about his own experience of mental ill health.
Rupert McNeil, Government Chief People Officer, writes about National Day for Staff Networks, and the importance of such networks for the Civil Service.
Government Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil looks at progress towards balanced gender representation in the Civil Service.
Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil sets out how the Civil Service is increasing its flexible working offer and introduces Michele's flexible working story.
On the day that 18 government departments publish their gender pay gap information, Rupert McNeil reflects on progress in closing the gap in the Civil Service.
On Carers Rights Day, Government Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil describes how the Civil Service can support the tens of thousands of civil servants who identify themselves as carers.
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