Capability Scotland
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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £18m to £73m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Non-profit & NGO
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 45 reviews and is evolving.


Office Worker in Edinburgh
on 9 August 2020
Very Varied!
Good opportunities to do varied and different work. Often challenging as you need to cover so much. Time is always tight and resources are not always available. Nice people to work with. A real sense of team effort.
Support Worker in Lanarkshire houses
on 26 June 2021
Worst company to work for
The management don’t care about you and offer you the world and give back nothing. You have no room to progress. The company only care about money and not the customer. Avoid at all cost . If your experienced support worker you will deskill yourself. The only time team leaders talk to you is for shifts , you never get supervisions and when you do anything you bring up nothing gets done. The service I worked in the customers would go 4 days with no food in the fridge and they would take petrol money off the customer even though they haven’t used them . The manager forgets about checking MOTs on cars and would let staff drive them . I could go on but you hopefully get the point . Other things is they will bring in new customers that have challenging behaviour and the staff don’t get trained to deal with it. The one thing that really gets staff is getting the customer out for the day that doesn’t happen as they are always short staffed. As I say not a company to work for.
Service Manager in Glasgow, Glasgow
on 7 September 2020
Company has great values
I enjoy working for Capability Scotland. They value people who have disabilities and strive to give everyone opportunities to achieve their desired outcomes. They include everyone and value staff and customers. There is a culture of respect and I feel valued for the work I do.
HR Business Partner in Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh
on 24 August 2020
Good employer
I work within the HR department for Capability Scotland and enjoy my role. I think Capability Scotland is a good employer that is striving to improve conditions for all members of staff within strict local authority budgets. The training available is excellent and Capability Scotland often promotes from within. It is satisfying doing my role for an organisation like Capability Scotland that supports disabled people, I feel I can indirectly help people who need support within Scotland.
Anonymous in Stanmore House School
on 13 August 2020
Rewarding work with job satisfaction.
I really like working here. The staff are friendly and caring to each other as well as the children, with all staff working to the common goals of GIRFEC - helping the children feel nurtured, respected as individuals and promoting independence. I would recommend Stanmore House School as a great place to work.

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