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Ignorant & nasty doesn’t begin to describe this diatribe. Conveniently he ignores the City & Canary Wharf, bastions of private sector efficiency where more are working effectively from home. In a matter of days,the civil service transformed itself into a home-based organisation.
Congratulations @vixi58 on becoming the new @FDA_union President. Great to have two excellent candidates from our HMRC section. Looking forward to working with you to make our union even better.
The majority of civil servants are currently working successfully from home. Ministers need to recognise this + allow the civil service to manage this transition, without pressure to virtue-signal for a pattern of working that has already changed for good.
“Across the public sector, people get out of bed in the morning to make the world a better place.”
Former DExEU and Defra Permanent Secretary @ClareMoriarty spoke to FDA members, reflecting on themes from her career and looking ahead to the future.
Ministers need to understand that the genie is out of the bottle and there’s no going back.
As I said to @Guardian, there will always be work that cannot be done remotely, but the future of work was already changing and the last six months has accelerated that. https://twitter.com/guardian/status/1287288015220613121
Risk of ‘unrest’ if civil servants are forced into hasty return to office https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2020/jul/26/risk-of-unrest-if-civil-servants-are-forced-into-hasty-return-to-office-coronavirus?utm_term=Autofeed&CMP=twt_gu&utm_medium&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1595748333
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