During Speak Up Week at the Insolvency Service, we held a number of events, while reminding colleagues of the importance of speaking out if they are uncomfortable, and the routes available to them should they want to raise concerns.
People and culture
As part of the Insolvency Service’s Diversity and Inclusion strategy, our Women’s Network Group has teamed up with our technology department, Digital Technology Services (DTS), on this update to celebrate International Girls in ICT Day.
Rukhi joined the civil service 25 years ago, in this blog Rukhi describes her career to date, life as a Senior Coordinator, how the Insolvency Service is a great place to work, and how she will be celebrating Ramadan.
Our employees have access to a variety of Diversity Networks at the agency. In this blog, Sarah writes about mindfulness and how meditation can help mental health and wellbeing.
For International Women's Day 2021, our colleague, Agata, writes about her early life in Lithuania, her new life in the UK and working at the Insolvency Service.
Read about how, in 1975, a young woman joined the Insolvency Service as a temporary typist. And how that temporary position became 46 years of public service.
Writing for Black History Month, our colleague Jeff Cox reflects on his time as a member of Anti-Slavery International and discusses the ongoing work to end modern slavery.
In our latest blog, commemorating Black History Month, our colleague Jeff reflects on his parents' journey to the UK and his own journey in the Civil Service.
We recognise the wellbeing of our staff has an impact on the work we do. In this blog, we focus on our mental wellbeing network group 'Break the Stigma'.
Vicky Thomas, a Technical Advisor at the Insolvency Service, has pledged to swim the distance of the English Channel over 12 weeks in her local pool to raise money and awareness for the Stroke Association.