Jeremy Heywood welcomes the Civil Service's adoption of a new online recruitment tool to help build a more diverse and inclusive organisation.
Posts about what we're doing to support the Government's agenda on social mobility, particularly how we're working to improve the social and educational mix of civil servants.
Civil Service Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil considers some of the factors that will form the future leaders of the organisation.
Chief Executive of the Civil Service John Manzoni explains why the new Civil Service Apprenticeship Strategy is so important to the future of the organisation.
If you're a parent of teenagers, what will they be doing this half-term? Two civil servants have a tip for you - and them.
With just days to go before the survey of the socio-economic background of senior civil servants closes, Civil Service Social Mobility Champion Jon Thompson underlines the importance of this research.
Andrew Rhodes, Director General, Operations, at the Department for Work and Pensions, talks about social mobility and why he will be completing the socio-economic background survey of senior civil servants.
Jeremy Heywood explains why he has asked all senior civil servants to complete a survey on their socio-economic background and how this will help the Civil Service support social mobility.
Starting this month, in a first for a major UK employer, the Civil Service is running a pilot survey to track the progress of people from lower socio-economic backgrounds.
Jake McClure of Civil Service Learning introduces a new range of apprenticeships in critical skills areas, part of a pioneering approach that focuses on roles and occupations not sectors or grades.
Jeremy Heywood reports that the Civil Service has exceeded its target of placements for young people through the Movement to Work scheme, and helped improved the outcomes for participants.