With only a few days left to take part, Sir Jeremy explains why the survey is such an important tool to help improve our working lives.
Sir Jeremy Heywood, Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service
On 24 October 2018 Sir Jeremy Heywood announced in a personal statement that he was standing down as Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service to concentrate on his recovery from ill health.
He was appointed Cabinet Secretary following the announcement of Sir Gus O’Donnell’s retirement in December 2011. From September 2014 Jeremy also took on the title Head of the Civil Service.
Sir Jeremy Heywood, Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service announces the sixth edition of Civil Service Quarterly. He highlights the key articles in this edition and thanks authors and the editorial board for their hard work on this edition.
Sir Jeremy Heywood, Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service talks about the strike action planned by the PCS union on Wednesday 15 October.
Sir Jeremy Heywood gives his thoughts on the 'Civil Service Reform: Progress Report' and welcomes John Manzoni into his new job as Chief Executive of the Civil Service.
Sir Jeremy Heywood encourages civil servants to engage with the consultation launched today on the leadership strategy.
Sir Jeremy Heywood discusses how technology is driving change in the Civil Service.
Following the Scottish Referendum Sir Jeremy thanks civil servants for their commitment and hard work throughout this period and says that they must maintain a high level of focus and professionalism as discussions begin on further devolution.
Sir Jeremy calls the Talent Action Plan one of the "most important documents and policies we have published in the Civil Service in recent years." Read more of his thoughts on the plan.
Sir Jeremy Heywood introduces the Civil Service Talent Action Plan - a series of new measures to ensure the Civil Service is among the most female-friendly employers in the country, and where the most talented people succeed and reach the top positions, regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexuality or disability.
Sir Jeremy Heywood introduces the new Civil Service Leaders' blog.