In our second blog for National Inclusion Week, Rupert McNeil explains what the week's theme of 'everyday inclusion' means for the Civil Service.
A great place to work
A range of blogs illustrating the theme of the same name, one of the four supporting pillars of the vision of 'A Brilliant Civil Service'.
The strapline for this theme is: "A brilliant Civil Service - a great place to work. It will continue to be inclusive, flexible, modern and connected, sitting at the heart of a wider public service. In everything we do we will encourage openness, challenge, innovation and excellence."
The three other pillars of the vision are: Improved outcomes; Effective leaders; Skilled people.
To mark National Inclusion Week, John Manzoni, Chief Executive of the Civil Service, reaffirms the organisation’s commitment to becoming the UK’s most inclusive employer and explains why this is a priority.
Ann Carter-Gray recounts her journey to leadership as a woman in the Civil Service.
Jo Rodrigues talks about the wide-ranging opportunities available on the new Civil Service careers website.
HMRC apprentice Joe Powell talks about his work as a software developer and why he's joined the ranks of apprentice ambassadors.
Tamsin Morgan highlights an initiative for correcting the regional imbalance in Civil Service roles and boosting local growth.
Welsh Government Permanent Secretary Shan Morgan says there is growing evidence that the best way to help people improve and excel comes from recognising and building on strengths.
In this latest of our series of personal disability stories, introduced by Civil Service Disability Champion Philip Rutnam, Ross Duncan discusses his dyslexia.
Rupert McNeil looks at the expanding range of mental health support for civil servants.
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.