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Two cheers for the New Year

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It’s not you it’s me

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PMR Update: SCS appeals process confirmed

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Senior Civil Service: PMR appeals

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Working to live, or living to work?

Ever-increasing working hours in the SCS mean more stress, tiredness and ill-health, and a growing shortage of people willing to take on SCS jobs. But it’s within our gift to do something about it, says Eugene Mitchell.