HR, Skills & Personal Development
Civil service disability champion Philip Rutnam says a new best practice guide will help drive up the standards of workplace adjustments across government
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
Recruitment drive looks to replace lost policy officers after former department’s relocation bid
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
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The "guided distribution" constraints put upon HMRC officials can worsen the financial hardship of tax credit claimants, argues Bangor University's Sara Closs-Davies
ACOBA approves return to Suffolk County Council for review of councillor remuneration
Civil service chief people officer Rupert McNeil says leadership academy, launching later this year, will ask leaders to learn from successes and failures "of their peers and predecessors"
Civil service performance management shake-up will focus on “quality conversations”, says chief people officer
Rupert McNeil tells Institute for Government event that Maude-era guided distribution system was "necessary", but warns against "too much artificiality" ahead of April's major staff appraisal changes
Whitehall urged to "increase our specialist recruitment capability" by Government Digital Service adviser
UK's current consul general in New York heading back to Whitehall as perm sec, as DIT makes plans to bolster top team with "expert" second-in-command
Internal message to HM Revenue & Customs staff – seen by CSW – acknowledges that its estate overhaul will save less than expected, but dismisses talk of a major rethink as "just wrong"