Whether you have a formal engagement role or are just passionate about improving engagement in your department, take this opportunity to learn about what is taking place across the Civil Service in Scotland to support our colleagues and find out how Covid is changing our workplace culture.
We have speakers from, Insolvency Service, Cabinet Office, Ministry of Defence, Social Security Scotland , Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority and Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs. As well discuss as discussing topics linked to engagement and culture, there will be opportunities to talk about what future working practices will look like and share your experience, expertise and ideas on how together we can meet the challenges and opportunities facing our departments.
Join the Scottish Cross Government Counter Fraud Profession Network in exploring the Intelligence functions and the activities on-going across departments as they recover and prepare for returning to work following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Would you like to work with CS Local as part of a small project team to help plan and deliver a Civil Service Connect event in York? This is an exciting opportunity to come together to share ideas, best practice, collaborate and showcase career paths.
Are you seeking opportunities for personal development or ways of increasing your corporate contribution to the wider civil service? Then the CS Local North East, Yorkshire and the Humber team would like to hear from you.
International Women's Day celebrates the achievements of women past, present and future and 2018 is the centenary of the Representation of the People Act of 1918 which gave some women the right to vote. The day belongs to all communities …
Keith Douglas from the Child Maintenance Group recounts his experience of setting up and hosting a placement for a colleague from another department. Read about his experience and consider if it is something you'd like to do?
Every September, a group of excited - and slightly apprehensive - civil servants meet for the first time at the Front Line Managers’ Academy. Four days later they emerge as confident leaders-in-waiting, keen to deliver a project that will help transform the Civil Service.
I took part in the Academy to improve my leadership and management skills, because I wanted to be promoted. Right from the start, I challenged myself and found my confidence increasing – and I was proud of the result.
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We support recruitment practices to help make sure our workforce in locations around the country reflects the make-up of the local community.