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- Posted January 5, 2017
Matt Tee, chief executive of IPSO, UK: Exclusive Interview
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Giannis Baskozos, General Secretary of Public Health at the Greek Ministry of Health: Exclusive Interview
Faced with high unemployment, falling budgets and the refugee crisis, the Greek Ministry of...
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Fresh back from a secondment to New Zealand’s government, Nehal Davison of the UK’s...
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Creating a truly ‘civil’ service
The damaging effects of bullying and discrimination are widely recognised. But lower-level rudeness and...
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Canada’s new Liberal government has been careful to praise public servants, striking a much...
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UK government expects to pay £26.6bn for clinical negligence claims against NHS
A patient safety group has sounded a warning after it emerged that the UK government...
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More sexual assaults and self harm in privately-run prisons, UK government data shows
British prisons run by private companies account for a higher proportion of fighting, sexual...
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Scandinavia hailed as success at World Economic Forum
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Women leaders top priority for UK’s incoming civil service commissioner
Increasing the number of women in senior leadership roles is among priorities set out...
- Posted September 8, 2016
WANTED: Science professional ‘with business acumen’ to fill £300,000 a year civil service post
The British government is looking for an established science professional with “significant commercial acumen”...
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More than 100 governments now signed up to international tax convention
Five more governments have signed up to an international convention on cooperating with tax...
- Posted August 26, 2016
Minister promises written apology to public servants over federal pay issues
Canada’s public services minister has promised officials a written apology over ongoing issues with...
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Canada’s federal pay issues to be ‘resolved by end of October’
Problems with Canada’s federal pay system are expected to be fixed by the end of...
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