More male job-sharers; a job-share permanent secretary? Stephen Lovegrove looks at what makes job sharing work and how it could develop in the Civil Service.
Blogs about or by members of the Department of Energy and Climate Change.
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With today's publication looking at mental health care in England, DECC Perm Sec Stephen Lovegrove looks at his department's support network and what it's doing to help.
DECC's Tracy Vegro, who is currently at the Co-operative Group on the scheme, shares her experiences and talks about the skills she's developed during her secondment.
In the second part of a two-part blog about a partnership that supports victims of domestic violence, Judith Smith looks at how one civil servant was helped to stay safe and in work.
In the first of a two-part blog about domestic violence, Judith Smith from the Charity for Civil Servants talks about how partnership working has, quite literally, saved lives.
Fresh from taking part in the annual Pride march in London with the Civil Service Rainbow Alliance, DECC civil servant Brais Louro-Larino describes what Pride means to him.
Ten years ago, Tom Powell didn't even think jobsharing was open to him. Now, he says it's the best thing he's ever done.
Stephen Lovegrove, Permanent Secretary of DECC, discusses the Leadership Statement and how we need confidence in our ability to lead and engage.
Tim Wates talks about the highlights of his time as a military reserve in the the London Regiment, and how being in the reserves has helped his career.
Emma Cole and James Burt are currently in a job share in the Department of Energy and Climate Change. They give tips on making a job share work while sharing responsibility for projects.