We want to be an organisation that values compassionate management and supports people to bring their authentic self, every day, to a fair, inclusive, safe and supportive workplace.
As well as chairing PHE's Health and Work Programme Board, Tony is our Director of HR and has over twenty years' experience at director level, primarily in the NHS. This included roles at the Royal Brompton & Harefield and the Royal Surrey, Guildford NHS trusts. Tony was HR Director at the Health Protection Agency prior to PHE.
Tony is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
Being yourself at work is key to being able to achieve both your personal and professional potential.
PHE is the first public sector organisation to subscribe to the Business in the Community (BITC) Workwell Benchmark Programme. A number of FTSE 100 companies also subscribe to help them create healthier and more productive workplaces. ‘People are our greatest …
On 4 June 2014, we will be celebrating the launch of the new Workplace Wellbeing Charter standards for England and so I am revisiting the issue of healthy workplaces and the need for all organisations to work to improve the …
The Human Resources team has been busy over the past year transferring more than 5,000 staff from 120 sender organisations safely into PHE and appointing 1,000 new staff across our 115 different sites, ranging from Glasgow to Truro. This was only …
The past few weeks have seen PHE involved in some exciting initiatives with other employers who share our commitment to taking good care of the physical health and mental wellbeing of their staff. There is a real groundswell of energy …
February is lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans history month - a month, like Black History Month, where we celebrate and acknowledge the contribution made by LGBT people in the UK and reflect on their history and culture. The Government has …
We are in the midst of the 16 Days of Action Opposing Violence Against Women, a national movement to raise awareness and prompt action across the world. Public Health England started the 16 days of action on 25 November when it …
At the beginning of September I received a call from a young relative who was clearly distressed about a family member in Ireland – let’s call him Jim. She explained that his telephone messages and Facebook entries were becoming increasingly …
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