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Wellbeing at work

Wherever your Civil Service role is based it is important to look after your wellbeing.

Navigating Life's Daily Challenges

Throughout the day we all experience challenges that can affect how we feel. Things can come at us quickly, and in such small amounts we may not even notice them. However these little challenges deplete your time, drain your energy and derail you from your goals. We can’t eliminate them all but there are small things we can do that can make a big difference.

Government People Group has developed this short video to provide hints and tips to help you navigate life’s daily challenges.

Can’t see the video? Watch it on YouTube.

Navigating Life's Daily Challenges Video

Workplace support


Resources for you if you are a current civil servant, dealing with cancer.


Help and support if you are living with the long-term symptoms of coronavirus (long COVID).


Workplace support for civil servants experiencing menopause symptoms.

Workplace adjustments

The Civil Service aims to be an exemplary inclusive employer, helping everyone thrive at work. Find out how to speak to your manager about adjustments to help you in the workplace if you have a health condition, disability or caring responsibilities.


Time management

Better time management can help you to achieve your goals and improve mental wellbeing at work. Here are some hints and tips.

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Digital wellbeing

Is your relationship with technology healthy? Many of us have got into bad habits at work and at home. We can help you think about how and when you use technology.



How to manage and spot the signs of workplace burnout. Find out about the sources of support and help available.


What to do in a crisis

Charity for Civil Servants is not a crisis support charity. If you are in an emergency situation, here are some organisations that can help.

Got a question?

If you are not sure what you need or have question, contact us.

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