Civil Service Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil offers useful advice on setting effective and flexible work objectives.
Rupert McNeil, Government Chief People Officer
Rupert McNeil was appointed Government Chief People Officer in January 2016.
To coincide with a new campaign encouraging more people to take advantage of shared parental leave, Rupert McNeil introduces three examples of civil servants who did just that.
Rupert McNeil looks at what's been achieved in the first 16 months of Civil Service HR's collaboration with HR professional body CIPD.
Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil describes the Civil Service's work with other employers on how best to support those experiencing domestic abuse.
The third in a series of first-person experiences of the Workplace Adjustment Passport in action.
Civil Service Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil considers some of the factors that will form the future leaders of the organisation.
The second in a series of first-person experiences of the Workplace Adjustment Passport in action.
After Rupert McNeil blogged about getting a Workplace Adjustment Passport, civil servants came forward with their own stories. Among the first was Lynsey Murray.
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Civil Service Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil describes the workplace changes that have encouraged him to declare a disability.
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