Civil servant Charlotte Kume-Holland offers a personal reflection on how we can understand our own mental health and ways we can take care of it.
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.
Civil Service Faith & Belief Champion Clare Moriarty launches a new toolkit to support the building of inclusive cultures for civil servants of all faiths and none.
Jonathan Slater, the new Civil Service LGB&TI Champion, talks about his commitment to the role and looks forward to this year's Pride events.
To mark Father's Day, Civil Service Job Share Finder Product Manager Brian Stanislas introduces the stories of two fathers, one a job sharer, the other who combines work with being a carer.
In Carers Week, Government Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil writes that around half of all civil servants now work in organisations recognised under the Carer Confident scheme.
Reading a recent post here on inclusion in the Civil Service inspired the Home Office's Martin Vernon to give his personal reflections on how we can all challenge ourselves to be more inclusive in the workplace.
Brian Stanislas describes the first-ever HMRC job-sharing event, which attracted colleagues from a number of departments and could be copied across the Civil Service.
Rupert McNeil, Government Chief People Officer, writes about National Day for Staff Networks, and the importance of such networks for the Civil Service.
Claire Morris, a lawyer at the Serious Fraud Office, considers how equality for women lawyers can be further advanced.
With a week to go before nominations close for this year's Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion Awards, Mark Sedwill explains why the awards are so important and encourages civil servants to take part.