Civil service people chief Rupert McNeil on diversity, the pay cap, and why Whitehall needs a 'Casualty' not a 'Yes Minister' image
After 21 months in government, Rupert McNeil, chief people officer and head of civil service HR, tells Tamsin Rutter about the importance of inclusive leadership and that the future of work is people, not technology.
If Whitehall pushes ahead with plans to move civil servants around the country, it must conduct proper impact evaluations
FDA civil service union lambasts report that names and shames top-earning DWP civil servants
Whitehall official warns accelerated timetable could mean 'minimum scrutiny for vital negotiation documents'
Jobcentre workers begin two-week strike over controversial closure plans
Transport agency launches new campaign after torrent of abuse, including lorry drivers trying to run enforcement cars off the road
Centre for Cities warns against overplaying benefits of moving public sector jobs out of London
Agreement will also see civil servants from several other departments relocate to the new office
Collation of performance-dashboard stats by CSW sister site PublicTechnology.net shows department is conducting almost all its transactions digitally, while other departments struggle to reach two thirds
New Treasury Select Committee chair demands core performance details after reported problems
Annual report of the National Offender Management Service says additional overtime payments were needed to address staffing pressures
Most civil servants feel obliged to work overtime – and many will check emails during summer holidays
Workload survey shows civil service careers are becoming synonymous with low pay and long hours
Life as a civil servant, how to manage red boxes and lessons from NHS reform: Lunch with… Andrew Lansley
Baron Lansley reflects on life in government versus life as a civil servant, over a pot of Earl Grey with Suzannah Brecknell