Civil Service LGB&TI Champion Jonathan Slater says that civil servants are finding ways to celebrate Pride despite the coronavirus pandemic.
In light of recent events, Civil Service Race Champion Richard Heaton considers how far we still have to go to be truly diverse and inclusive.
Marking the start of Carers Week, Government Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil picks out some highlights from the newly published progress report on the Civil Service Carers Strategy.
For Paul Wyse, true inclusivity means accepting people for who and what they are and recognising and valuing the qualities they bring.
Deputy Civil Service Disability Champion Ben Merrick introduces David, who talks about living with change as a person with a disability.
How the commitment and shared vision of two civil servants created a multi-award-winning staff network of recognised value to the Civil Service.
Government Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil describes how the HR profession is breaking new ground in the implementation of Success Profiles for recruitment and selection in the Civil Service.
In Mental Health Awareness Week, Government Chief People Office Rupert McNeil introduces a virtual wellbeing and leadership learning package developed by the Civil Service Leadership Academy on how to manage through a crisis and work towards a common goal.
Marking International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia, Civil Service LGB&TI Champion Jonathan Slater explains why, in the context of the coronavirus pandemic, it is particularly important to think about the impact of prejudice on LGB&TI colleagues at home and in their communities.
Dr Francesca Emmett, of Civil Service HR, writes that diversifying the Civil Service is everybody's job – and that job includes diversifying the HR profession itself.