Georgia from Cabinet Office explains why self-isolating because of the coronavirus hasn't prevented her from staying in touch.
Health & Wellbeing
Civil Service Health and Wellbeing Champion Jonathan Jones highlights a new toolkit of information and advice available to civil servants to support their wellbeing and mental health through the coronavirus pandemic.
Daron Walker, Health & Wellbeing Champion at BEIS, looks at how different departments marked Time to Talk Day, an annual event to encourage us to talk about our mental health.
The latest in our Week of Winners blog posts looks at the recipients of the Health & Wellbeing Award, the Cross-Government Menopause Working Group.
This week we are featuring blog posts on all the 2019 Civil Service Award winners. Here, we celebrate the civil servants who won the Policy and Use of Evidence Award for their work on the Scottish Government's Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest strategy.
In our series of blog posts celebrating the winners of the 2019 Civil Service Awards, we focus on the Ministry of Justice's Offender Accommodation Pilot Project, which won the Collaboration Award.
The Department for Transport's Suzanne Edmond talks about her experience of dyslexia and the difference having open, honest conversations can make.
As a carer and a civil servant, Brian Day highlights the networks supporting the 67,000 carers in the Civil Service and what more needs to be done to help them.
For National Anger Awareness Week (1 to 7 December), Civil Service HR’s Paul Carter interviewed anger management expert Mike Fisher about what causes anger and how you can stand up for yourself without losing your temper.
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?