After graduating from university, rugby loving James set out to take his first step on the career ladder. Find out why he chose Companies House, and why a flexible culture and forward-thinking attitude to mental health is important to him. This is the fourth post in a series of features where employees reflect on what makes Companies House special to them.
People and culture
In line with the government’s vision of a brilliant Civil Service, we’re transforming our culture, and our people are at the heart of it.
Find out how Rebecca has established her perfect work-life harmony at Companies House. This is the third post in a series of features where employees reflect on what makes Companies House special to them.
Sophie has always recognised the importance of being happy in a job, which is why her career so far has come in 3 phases. Find out how she’s finally found her passion at Companies House. This is the second in a new series where employees reflect on what makes Companies House special to them.
Find out how Sonsare has been able to find his passion at Companies House. This is the first in a new series of features where employees reflect on what makes Companies House special to them.
Martyn, Head of Resourcing at Companies House, talks about our ambition to build an inclusive culture where everyone can bring their whole selves to work.
Ahead of World Environment Day on 5 June 2021, we look at what companies can do to be more environmentally friendly.
Natalie Dinnick tells us how her experience of burnout contributed to the creation of our mental health network.
Leah joined us as part of our Digital Graduate Scheme. Here she talks about her career journey so far and explains the support available to women in tech roles at Companies House.
Lowri Wyn Jones from Time to Change Wales looks at the relationship between work, the pandemic and our mental health, while also offering some tips on how we can survive, learn and build on the events of 2020.
Companies House HR colleagues discuss the importance of mental wellbeing in the workplace with Time to Change Wales - a national campaign to end the stigma faced by people with mental health problems.