As the civil service Fast Track apprenticeship programme opens for a new round of applications, the Cabinet Office's deputy director of early talent Greg Hobbs explains how the scheme can offer a springboard into a variety of government careers – and introduces two apprentices who've benefited from it
As the civil service Fast Track apprenticeship programme opens for a new round of applications,...
Dames Stella Rimington and Ursula Brennan among a group of female leaders who gathered at Buckingham Palace to mark growing number of women joining top ranks of civil service
Peter Riddell calls for stronger diversity monitoring rules, as government plans a “stock take” of gender balance across public boards
Exclusive: Cabinet secretary says reform agenda remains "strongly supported by ministers" after several key Francis Maude-era initiatives are scrapped, but stresses focus on "embedding leadership at a departmental level"
Five years into his job as the UK's top official, Sir Jeremy Heywood faces his greatest challenge yet – ensuring the civil service he leads is ready for the mammoth task of leaving the European Union. Jess Bowie and Matt Foster sit down with the cabinet secretary to talk Brexit, Theresa May, public sector pay – and the future of Whitehall's reform agenda
Cabinet Office document suggests a significant chunk of civil service’s targeted 30,000 apprenticeships will already be employed by government departments
Labour calls for opening up of “narrow, closed circle” at the top of Whitehall by including new Department for International Trade chief
CSW editor Jess Bowie responds to concern over the lack of ethnic diversity on CSW's December cover
Just 13 of the 328 applications made by women to the digital and technology graduate scheme in 2015 were successful, according to new figures
Equality and Human Rights Commission staff protest job losses and cuts in London, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow
Jeremy Heywood “disappointed” with bullying and harassment progress as People Survey results unveiled
2016 People Survey shows overall year-on-year rise in staff engagement, but claims of bullying, harassment and discrimination at highest recorded levels
Figures from mid-point of the applications window, highlighted by the Social Mobility Commission, suggest applications from working class candidates have risen sharply
Appointment will bring number of female permanent secretaries to five, partially reversing recent downturn