Many of us have adapted to new ways of working in 2020. Now we’ve mobilised our remote workforces, Six Degrees argues it’s time to review our remote working strategies to ensure we make the right decisions not just for today but for the future.
Lord Agnew urges traders to make necessary arrangements
BAE Systems appointed to three deals to provide additional personnel
Studies have shown that an engaged employee is happier, more productive, and more committed to their job. So how can we encourage employee engagement? Trickle suggests innovative solutions
Workspace, Not Workplace: How Agile Working Increases Productivity whilst Driving Engagement and Fostering Inclusivity
2020 has been a year of unprecedented change for the UK public sector. Today’s agile working technology enables you to meet citizen needs in this challenging operating environment by empower your people with the right tools to increase productivity, drive engagement and foster inclusivity, says Six Degrees.
Service will be made available to small number of applicants
Deal signed with furniture specialist
Department cites desire to unify management and reward structures
Data shows that suppliers have been waiting longer to be paid as government deals with coronavirus crisis
Applications for newly created perm sec-level position closed more than 10 months ago, since when updates have been scarce
Phased return begins but numbers of civil servants returning to the office will be limited
UKCloud has joined the major cloud players in signing a public-sector wide agreement. The firm’s CEO Simon Hansford tells PublicTechnology why it’s important for government to have choice.
Deal for Airbus technology follows £400m spent on acquiring OneWeb
The programme will be extended to all businesses and then to individuals, government has announced
Report from NAO finds big disparities in Whitehall pay packets
A third of homes across the Scottish capital have been equipped with the next-generation connectivity technology
Ministry deleted post encouraging people to ‘raise a glass’ after backlash
DWP’s ‘serious IT challenges’ pegged as key cause of disparity in benefits system during coronavirus crisis
Chair of arm’s-length body praises government response but identifies lower payments for recipients of legacy benefits as one of several ‘rough edges’
Department tasks Russell Reynolds Associates with helping bring on board new permanent secretary
Vast majority of staff in most departments are performing their duties from home
Web platform to support Pick for Britain campaign goes down