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The ARC's recent pay survey clearly demonstrates problems within the department, with 54% of respondents having "seriously considered looking for a new job" in the past year to leave HMRC.
Laura Gilbert speaks to three senior public servants about the work they’ve done to tackle discrimination in the civil service and the NHS, and what needs to be done to help achieve true representation at the top.
Responding to Sajid Javid's recent letter to Sir Jon Thompson, ARC reminds the new Chancellor that departmental civil servants have " been putting a number of options forward for Brexit planning over the past three years."
ARC President Paula Houghton congratulates the Institute for Government's new report – 'Taxing Times' – for highlighting the urgent need for tax reform.
In the third instalment of our International Women's Day blog series, Michelle Wyer writes about mentoring women and founding networks.
ARC President Paula Houghton responds to concerns raised by the PAC regarding HMRC’s Brexit preparations.
Vicky Johnson, President of the Association of Revenue and Customs (ARC), responds to a Public Accounts Committee report on HMRC.
The FDA has stepped up its work to defend the impartiality of the civil service by taking its case directly to Parliament.
The creation of government hubs will trigger the biggest civil service office moves since the Second World War – demanding skilful management, honest communications and serious investment in training and technology.
The FDA has vowed to continue its drive for a fair and fully-funded pay rise right across the public sector, after Philip Hammond’s Budget failed to offer any substantive action on pay.
The government has admitted that HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) will need to hire between 3,000 and 5,000 extra staff to be “ready for all scenarios” following Britain’s exit from the European Union.
Kay Hender talks to Meg Hillier, Chair of the Commons Public Accounts Committee, about grandstanding, Brexit… and circus school.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has declared that its latest estimated tax gap for the UK is 6.5% of tax due – equating
to £36 billion.