A Performance Development Review should provide an opportunity to discuss a person's role and career in a honest conversation.We want staff to focus on their ideas and ambitions for development and how they might want to get on in their career as well as receiving feedback on their work over the past year.
We will continue to work closely with staff on energy saving carbon reduction initiatives.
I've just shared a completely rammed lift at NBH for seven floors squashed beside someone busy eating a roast dinner with all the trimmings from a takeaway carton.
I was really disappointed to hear that the BBC Two drama decision making! Yes it was a period drama, but its focus was on a particular period in British history that isn't often addressed.
We're still partly based in crumbling Victorian buildings in desperate need of refurbishment.
The buildings especially need insulation and new windows as it's freezing in winter and too hot in summer.
Our carbon footprint can't be being helped by this.
Martin Tweddell, Production Accountant, Factual (June 15, 2015) BBC Workplace replies: We are investing significant resources to improving and upgrading the BBC Bristol site, with works to repair the windows scheduled to take place later this year.
Such unnecessary jargon typifies management at the BBC and makes it a laughing stock in places such as Private Eye.
Matthew Marks, R&D (May 20 2015) Kate Sloggett, head of people development, replies: We've changed the name to reflect the fact that these conversations shouldn't be just about one person 'appraising' the other's performance.