On International Day of Persons with Disabilities Christopher Cotmore reflects on his autism spectrum diagnosis and the impact of technology on the way he works.
Jo Irving shares her thoughts on how working flexibly and being a homeworker too has enabled her to balance a busy home and work life, one which has responsibilities that include fostering children.
Anne Kemp, a Business Support Officer within our Group Infrastructure Operations team, shares her experiences of being dyslexic in Defra.
On International Day of Happiness, Interim Executive Assistant Imogen Moorhouse took a few moments to reflect on the things she does for a happy workday, including starting the day on a positive note.
Today we’re marking #TimeToTalk Day, and encouraging people to start a conversation about mental health, with a post from one of our Senior Workforce Advisors, Kay Finn, who shares her experiences of homeworking and the challenges of combatting loneliness.
As people around the UK take part in events to mark National Inclusion Week, Ahana Ogle shares her experiences of being on the Civil Service Autism Exchange Programme.
Tracey Friday, a product owner in the Digital Transformation team at Natural England working on delivering digital services for Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG), shares her experience of being on the ‘other side’ of the customer-supplier fence.
Ilia Phoursa, a former financier turned Defra business analyst, lifts the lid on the importance of analysis in helping shape digital solutions, and how achieving a good work life balance can make all the difference.
To celebrate International Men’s Day senior delivery manager David Thomas shares his experiences of one of the most segregated areas in our society - raising children.
To celebrate National Work Life Week, software developer Tim Tamimi explains why he’s such a flexible working enthusiast.