In Mental Health Awareness Week, Government Chief People Office Rupert McNeil introduces a virtual wellbeing and leadership learning package developed by the Civil Service Leadership Academy on how to manage through a crisis and work towards a common goal.
Marking International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia, Civil Service LGB&TI Champion Jonathan Slater explains why, in the context of the coronavirus pandemic, it is particularly important to think about the impact of prejudice on LGB&TI colleagues at home and in their communities.
The creator of the Homeworkers Network within HMRC explains why she started it and why it's more important than ever that we embrace homeworkers in the drive for inclusion.
Ben Merrick, Deputy Disability Champion for the Civil Service, considers from his own experience the challenges and opportunities for those with a disability of working during the coronavirus pandemic.
With so many civil servants currently working from home, Keela Shackell-Smith lists the seven things that make flexible working work for her – and may do so for others, too.
Government Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil describes how staff networks are going "above and beyond" to support civil servants during the coronavirus pandemic.
Civil servant Vanessa shares her five top tips for working from home with children during the coronavirus pandemic.
Qayum sets out what inclusion means to him, as a civil servant and a carer.
Brian Stanislas rounds up recent activities and developments in flexible working and the Civil Service Job Share Finder.
Georgia from Cabinet Office explains why self-isolating because of the coronavirus hasn't prevented her from staying in touch.