What's been happening in the world of job sharing in the Civil Service? Caz Thomas, Chair of the Job Share and Alternative Working Network, brings us up to date.
Brian Stanislas writes about the thrill of Civil Service Job Share Finder winning the Innovation category at the 2016 Top Employers for Working Families Awards.
Caz Thomas, Chair of the Civil Service Job Share and Alternative Working Network, charts the progress of job sharing in the Civil Service.
Deborah Brooks and Susie Owen reflect on their time as Deputy Directors for Civil Service Diversity and Inclusion – and how we will know when we've achieved it.
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.
May El Komy and Nerissa Steel explain why being in a job share gives them confidence they can do justice to their job and have a comfortable work/life balance.
If you're looking for work-focused resolutions this New Year, we have a few suggestions that might help.
Cabinet Office's Kate Dixon takes inspiration from a recent gender summit with EY to rethink about how we can have more effective flexible working arrangements.
The leaders blog post on the Spending Review drew a big response from civil servants. Here, Jeremy Heywood and John Manzoni reply to some of your comments.
The key to a highly effective job share partnership is communication. Here are some top tips to help job sharers get their lines of communication shipshape.