In Mental Health Awareness week, Philip Rutnam draws our attention to ten practical tips for safeguarding our mental health.
With Mental Health Awareness Week starting on 16 May, Natalie Ceeney talks about her own experience of depression and why we all need to be more aware of mental health issues.
After 16 years in the Civil Service, Elizabeth Dymond is now a director of The Charity for Civil Servants and about to take part in its biggest fundraising event, the Walking Challenge – and you can join her.
Natalie Ceeney has been appointed the Civil Service's Health and Well-being Champion. She talks about the benefits to our physical and mental health of supporting the 'whole self' at work.
Kevin Oliver, a carer himself, says working carers have exactly the qualities many organisations are looking for - they just want to be treated fairly.
To mark Carers Week, Nick Lodge uses his experience as HMRC Carers' Champion to show how departments can support carers in the workplace - an initiative backed by Head of the Civil Service Sir Jeremy Heywood.
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