How the MoJ has married diversity and inclusion to employee wellbeing

by HRD Connect | Report

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) employs over 75,000 people, encompassing a full spectrum of roles, from policy advisers to prison officers and court ushers.

Even before the Covid-19 pandemic, the MoJ had begun to modernise its working practices, trimming office space at its Whitehall headquarters and offering remote working to selected job functions.

Since the pandemic struck last March, the pace of this modernisation has increased, and one of the most crucial aspects is a landmark wellbeing drive spearheaded by Becky Thoseby, who was recruited just a couple of months before lockdown.

Becky Thoseby, the Ministry of Justice’s head of workplace wellbeing, describes how she and her team have protected employee wellbeing during the pandemic, and the excellent results they have already achieved.

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