To mark this year’s World AIDS Day, the Insolvency Service’s LGBT+ Network welcomed speakers from the Terrence Higgins Trust to share with staff their experiences of living with HIV.
James joined the Insolvency Service as an apprentice, and is now a Support Officer in our Investigation and Enforcement service. Read James's blog as he charts his move from apprentices to assisting in the investigation of a company director.
Dean is a Continuous Improvement Manager at the Insolvency Service, and in this blog Dean looks at the thought process behind the creation of the agency's men's network 'The Shed'.
Lisa, one of our financial investigators, writes about using her volunteering time allowance to work at her local foodbank.
Read about our call for papers and the plans for our upcoming conference on insolvency strategies for a post-pandemic economy.
Our colleague Jonathan writes about why he joined the Insolvency Service LGBT+ Network and became an active LGBT+ Ally.
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.
Every year, the UK Women in Credit Awards champion the work of a range of incredible women across the entire credit and financial services industry, empowering, connecting, supporting and uncovering achievements among inspirational women in the profession.
To mark Remembrance Day, I thought I would write a little about the stories of some fellow civil servants who paid the ultimate sacrifice during the Great War.
In this blog, one of our enforcement colleagues talks about her voluntary work at the local food bank during unprecedented times.