The National Disability Strategy aims to improve disabled people’s everyday lives. Learn more about the Civil Service’s commitment to support disabled civil servants to thrive at work. Today the Government has published the National Disability Strategy, which aims to tackle …
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.
Sir Simon Fraser, Civil Service Diversity Champion, congratulates the four Civil Service teams that won Race for Opportunity Awards.
The cross-Civil Service Diversity team and HM Revenue and Customs both picked up awards, whilst the Foreign & Commonwealth Office and Crown Prosecution Service's Peter Lewis were highly commended at last night's awards (23 September).
Lin Homer talks about welcoming the next cohort of Fast Track apprentices at the induction event, and how the first cohort have already contributed in her office.
Petra Wilton, Director of Strategy and External Affairs at the Chartered Management Institute gives her 5 things to do this autumn to improve your management skills.
How do you develop as a better manager? Menna Rawlings, HR Director at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, says the answers are nearer than you think.
With Mid-Year Reviews looming, Jo Sheppard a District Operations Manager in Jobcentre Plus in East London, offers 5 top tips for surviving the process.
Ursula Brennan discusses two fascinating insights she has had in the past fortnight into data science. The first was at the Operational Research Society's Annual Conference and the second was during a discussion with Permanent Secretaries.
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.