Two years on from the Thriving at Work review of how employers can better support all employees to thrive at work, how has the Civil Service responded to its recommendations?
In the first in a series of blogs on the theme of workplace adjustments, Sue shares her personal experience of how effective adjustments help her manage her mental health.
To mark the forthcoming Inter Faith Week, Peter Benton, Faith and Belief Champion at the Office for National Statistics, talks about the importance of learning more about each other’s faiths and beliefs.
Civil Service Disability Champion Philip Rutnam introduces Michael, who talks about his long recovery from a traumatic brain injury and what the experience has taught him.
Following up on their earlier blog post, members of a network of Civil Service directors looking at how to cultivate a strong learning culture in government, update us on how the initiative is progressing.
Longstanding friends and civil servants Rob Neil and Paul Downer give their views on why Black History Month exists, who it’s for, and what we should be doing for equality, diversity and inclusion.
To mark National Mentoring Day (27 October), Sarah Harrison and Godfrey Atuahene Junior share their experience of reverse mentoring.
Civil Service Health and Wellbeing Champion Jonathan Jones reports back on inspiring personal stories and other highlights from the Civil Service's second annual mental health conference.
Regular blogger Brian Stanislas writes about the significance of Black History Month for him and the important lessons he learned from his parents growing up in London.
The chair of the Civil Service Hindu Connection explains the purpose of this new cross-government staff network and the meaning for Hindus of the festival of Diwali.