Defra digital, data and technology Content Designer Laura Churchill shares her thoughts on some of the key things that her profession requires of those individuals thinking of making a career change.
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.
On World Sleep Day, Capability Development Analyst Katey Melici shares her reflections on the difficulties she often experiences with sleeping, the negative impacts this can have, and how she mitigates these.
In the latest of our Blogs celebrating National Careers Week, junior developer Holly Adamson tells us how her fascination with languages and gaming led her to a career in Defra.
Stella Power, Chief Operating Officer in Defra’s Digital, data and technology function, shares her career experiences as we celebrate International Women’s Day, the theme of which this year is #BreakTheBias.
As National Careers Week gets underway, our Head of Strategic Resourcing and Organisational Development Maggie Bosniak shares her reflections of a 25-year career working in various parts of Defra group and highlights the many opportunities for young people to join us.
Jan Murdoch, Lead Horizon Scanner in our Technology Innovation team, shares his thoughts on the emerging technologies to watch out for this year and why they matter to Defra.
We’re marking the start of National Apprenticeship Week 2022 with a post from Workforce Management Lead, Claire Thomas Hawnt, who tells us about the many opportunities we have for budding apprentices.
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.