Review warns that continuing restraint will reduce public sector wage differential to lowest level in 20 years.
Longstanding top scientist at the environment department heading for the exit, in move Defra says comes at "natural end" of his fixed term
Pact pledges “appropriate” pay for new starters and protects salaries of existing staff members who retrain under apprenticeship proposals
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
With staff numbers and responsibilities growing, DCMS is undergoing something of a renaissance. Permanent secretary Sue Owen tells Suzannah Brecknell about the importance of leadership, the value of culture, and the power of music
Watchdog’s anger follows government response to committee’s Grimstone Review findings
Fledgling ministry offers £90,000 a year for senior officer to deliver “single device” for international trade staff to work with
Departmental chiefs must work to create an environment that’s good for body and mind
Civil service pay: Prospect union joins calls for Phillip Hammond to end “political football” of 1% cap
Union calls for independent review of pay as it warns that maintaining a 1% cap on pay rises is “unsustainable”
Experts say HMRC's online tool to help contractors calculate tax status is 'not fit for purpose' as effects of IR35 reforms start to bite. Rebecca Hill of CSW's sister title, PublicTechnology, reports
Continuing pay cap would mean up to 20% drop in average civil service earnings by 2020, union analysis reveals
After decades of reviews aimed at driving down the civil service's running costs, Sir Michael Barber, former chief of Blair's delivery unit, is hailed by one Whitehall-watcher as "much less celebrity and much more focused on getting the job done"