The refreshed Talent Action Plan was launched last month with a host of Perm Secs in attendance and some tough challenges faced. Find out what people thought with our Storify round-up.
Talent Action Plan
Blogs about the Talent Action Plan and related diversity and inclusion issues.
Sir Jeremy outlines how the new shared parental leave scheme will make a positive change in Civil Service culture.
Civil Service Diversity Champion Sir Simon Fraser looks at three new reports into barriers faced by civil servants from under-represented groups, and introduces a refreshed Talent Action Plan to ensure that talented civil servants can progress regardless of who they are or their background.
Sir Simon Fraser announces the appointment of Philip Rutnam, Permanent Secretary at the Department for Transport, as the new Civil Service Disability Champion.
Sue Owen reflects on Civil Service celebrations of LGBT History Month, how far we have come and how much remains to be done to show those thinking of joining that the Civil Service is an inclusive employer
Melanie Dawes looks back on what International Women's Day means for the Civil Service, and looks ahead to meeting these challenges in her role as Civil Service Gender Champion.
Sir Simon Fraser welcomes Melanie Dawes to her new roles as Permanent Secretary at the Department for Communities and Local Government and as gender champion for the Civil Service.
Sir Jeremy Heywood lays out his priorities for the Civil Service to focus on over the coming year.
Sir Simon Fraser looks at the next steps we need to take as an organisation to address the comments raised in the updated Talent Action Plan.
Talent Action Plan is only the first piece in the jigsaw, now it's your chance to influence the next steps of the policy. Sir Jeremy encourages us all to get involved.