Lois Jeary, a Hansard reporter, recently did some outreach at a local school. She talks about how it went and how Hansard isn't your typical job at Parliament.
Everyone hates meetings. But meetings don’t have to be your nemesis. Joe Strawson offers some advice on how to make meetings better.
The user research team are a busy bunch so how do they decide where to focus their time? Steve Bromley explains what these teams look like in Parliament and why user researchers support them.
Today is National Mentoring Day, set up to raise awareness and promote the positive benefits of mentoring. Gemma Rogers has been seeing a mentor, Louise, for the last few months. Here they blog about their experiences of mentoring.
Mat Noe works with people data. He talks about what happened to this data during this year's general election and what we learnt from it.
House reporter, Charlie Browne, talks about Hansard's postgraduate diploma in parliamentary reporting and how it equips new reporters for a job like no other.
Content is king. But what does that mean? And what is surface content? Elisabeth Ward explains how to create quality content.
Recently it has become commonplace for the flag above Parliament to be flown at half mast. Some of Parliament's followers on Twitter and Facebook have asked why this is done. So, what does flying a flag at half mast represent?
Caroline Braibant is the webmaster in PDS and a lot of people ask her about her job. She's written this blog post to explain what she does, what she doesn't do and to help people make sense of the webmaster role.
Jocelyn Peachey joined Parliament nine years ago last month. Her Parliamentary career has been varied and challenging and she reflects on what she's learnt during her time here.