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What exactly is 'Capability'? If you are considering an employee’s ‘capability’, you are thinking about the job they are employed to do and the knowledge, experience and ability they have to complete that job to a satisfactory standard. If an employee is not performing in an...

Employers and employees often have mixed feelings about appraisals and self-evaluations.  For the employer it can be a source of extra work in an already busy schedule and for the employee unless your appraisal and self-evaluation process is useful, it can often feel like a...

In a 2015 survey by CIPD, it was revealed that a quarter of employees complained of a ‘lack of investment in Learning and Development departments due to a lack of insight and understanding from senior management.’ In a more recent report by Opinion Matters on behalf...

Founded by human resources and employment law consultant Josie Broadstock, Altum HR specialises in culture and change management for UK businesses. Unlike many other ‘cookie cutter’ human resources consultancy firms, Altum HR treats every business as a unique enterprise, taking into account individual company cultures and...