Cabinet Office's Jake McClure, currently on a secondment with City & Guilds Group, extols the value of volunteering as an enterprise adviser supporting young people into a career.
A Brilliant Civil Service
A range of blog posts illustrating the vision of:
"A brilliant Civil Service that helps to keep the United Kingdom prosperous and secure, supporting the governments we serve in
implementing their commitments and delivering high quality services for the public."
Blogs in this category will illustrate aspects of the vision and how it is being implemented across the organisation under its four supporting pillars: Improved outcomes; Effective leaders; Skilled people; A great place to work.
Demonstrating its commitment to protecting public services and fighting economic crime, the Government is launching a new Counter Fraud profession. John Manzoni, Chief Executive of the Civil Service, explains why this is necessary.
Who's in line for a Diversity & Inclusion Award?
DfT's Kulvinder Bassi writes about his experience as a double Civil Service Award winner - and urges fellow civil servants to make their own nominations for the 2018 awards.
Matthew Rycroft, Champion of the Skills Award in the 2018 Civil Service Awards, is looking for nominees who have shared skills effectively or actively promoted their development in an individual, team or organisation.
Jeremy Heywood reports on the work that helped to make the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 2018 a success and how the UK is carrying forward the announcements made at the summit.
Chief Executive of the Civil Service John Manzoni writes about the publication of updated Single Departmental Plans, setting out each department's objectives during this Parliament and how they will achieve them.
Job shares come in a variety of forms, as Helen Mills and Richard Ney from the Department for Exiting the EU (DExEU) explain from their own experience.
Nominations for the Civil Service Awards 2018 are now open. Head of the Civil Service Jeremy Heywood explains why it's important that we acknowledge the brilliant work of civil servants across the full range of their activities.
Civil Service Chief People Office Rupert McNeil highlights the role of staff networks in making the Civil Service a more inclusive place to work.