George Lusty, Senior Director discusses how we’re celebrating LGBTQ+ History Month at the CMA. He also talks about the CMA's Rainbow Network and how it works to ensure all LGBTQ+ staff are supported and visible in the organisation.
Life at the CMA
I don’t think anyone would deny that, for many people, it has been a tough start to 2021. The ongoing pandemic, and restrictions we must observe to help beat the virus, aren’t easy. And doing so during the cold, dark …
Ann Pope started her career in the Government Economic Service as an assistant economist at BEIS predecessor, the Department of Trade and Industry and has worked her way up to become our Senior Director of Antitrust. We interviewed Ann about her career so far, find out what she had to say.
Today, 6th February, is Time to Talk Day 2020. This is a national event encouraging everyone to be more open about mental health. As you may be aware from previous blogs, I've made the highly personal choice to write about …
David Dorrell, Director of Data Science explains why we are developing the capability of our DaTA Unit and the new job roles available.
We're celebrating our fourth annual Wellbeing Week at the CMA. In this blog post, Adam shares an exercise he's found useful to promote positive wellbeing at work.
Stefan Hunt, who leads the CMA's new DaTA team talks about some of the work he's been part of recently, and how he's looking for new staff to join the team and take on innovative and exciting new projects.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work as an economist at a competition authority? Martina, Economics Adviser, provides her insight.
Hear from CMA apprentice Ayesha Natha on what it's like to do an apprenticeship in government.
As someone interested in business or finance, there is an almost dazzling range of options open to you. What you may not have thought about is working in the public sector – which might not seem at first to be the place in which business and finance are likely to thrive.