The theme of this years Mental Health Awareness Week is kindness. Here we share some personal stories of managing our mental health, as well as how we look after and support each other as an organisation.
Nettie Williams is the DfE Digital and Transformation community lead.
Using clear language in our communications is as important for readers as it is for an organisation like DfE Digital and Transformation. Nettie Williams explains why plain English is crucial for comprehension, recruitment and inclusivity.
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Come and help us support our users - DfE Digital is hiring. We’re looking for people to help us build excellent user-centred services.
Making DfE Digital more equitable
We want everyone to bring their whole self to work, where honesty, challenge and innovation are encouraged and valued.
The benefits of working in DfE Digital and Technology
If we value and invest in our employees they are more likely to stay and do an excellent job. Here's a list of some of the things we offer to staff who join DfE Digital and Technology.
About DfE Digital and Technology
A blog about how we're transforming the whole organisation and building digital capabilities and services at the Department for Education.