Rob Moss

Rob Moss

About Rob Moss

Rob Moss has been editor of Personnel Today since 2010. He joined the publication in 2006 as online editor, and has previously written in the optical and electrical markets.
Tackling diversity is a business imperative and not an HR policy – Ken OlisaJenny Goodall / Daily Mail / REX / Shutterstock

Eight in 10 ethnic minority leaders do not trust their organisations

13 Sep 2017

Eight out of 10 (82%) ethnic minority leaders do not trust the organisations they work for, believing there is institutional...

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David Lammy MP led the 18-month reviewKen McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock

Lammy review: Criminal records could be ‘sealed’ from employers

8 Sep 2017

Individuals’ criminal records could be sealed from employers as part of a series of recommendations made in an independent review...

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Women on maternity leave denied training opportunities

7 Sep 2017

One quarter (24%) of women on maternity leave are not offered the same training opportunities as their colleagues, according to...

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In 2015, more than 900,000 Polish nationals lived in the UK

Residency limits proposed for EU migrants in leaked Brexit plan

6 Sep 2017

A detailed 82-page Home Office document proposes to offer low-skilled EU migrants a maximum of two years’ residency in a...

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London saw the slowest growth in permanent placementsAndy Rain/EPA/REX/Shutterstock

Jobs market continues to confound expectations

8 Aug 2017

Despite the uncertainty surrounding Brexit, the number of staff appointments made by recruitment consultancies grew at its fastest rate for...

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Minister for digital Matthew Hancock says the Bill is designed to support businesses in their use of dataWill Oliver/Epa/REX/Shutterstock

New Data Protection Bill to launch next month

7 Aug 2017

The Government has today outlined its intention for a new Data Protection Bill, to be published in September 2017, which...

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Uber co-founder Travis Kalanick resigned in June following months of HR issues at the tech giantImaginechina/REX/Shutterstock

In which sector is HR perceived least effective?

4 Aug 2017

Staff in technology companies believe their HR departments under-perform, when compared to the people functions in other industry sectors, according...

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WPP chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell earned £48.1 million last year.Andy Rain / Epa/REX/Shutterstock

FTSE 100 CEO pay falls by a sixth

3 Aug 2017

Chief executive pay in the FTSE 100 has dropped by one-sixth, according to research published today.
The CIPD and the...

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No growth in Acas early conciliation notifications

20 Jul 2017

The number of early conciliation notifications has levelled off according to Acas, which has published its 2016/17 annual report.
There...

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contagious-leadership

UK businesses risk “contagious” leadership

20 Jul 2017

Some of the best, but also the worst, leadership behaviours spread contagiously through a business, because people are most heavily...

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Bill for paid parental bereavement leave is launched

20 Jul 2017

Parents who have suffered the death of a child will receive statutory paid leave to grieve, under a new law...

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Good work or bad? Reaction to the Taylor Review

11 Jul 2017

Any much-anticipated report is likely to divide opinion, and the Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices is no different. Rob...

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Uber drivers could be categorised as "dependent contractors" if Taylor's recommendations are enactedCharnsitr/Shutterstock

Dependent contractor status proposed in Taylor review

10 Jul 2017

An alternative worker status – dependent contractor – will be proposed by the Taylor review tomorrow alongside calls for new...

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Deliveroo calls for new gig worker status

7 Jul 2017

Food delivery company Deliveroo has announced plans to offer its self-employed couriers sick pay as it calls on the Government...

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Addison Lee worker status tribunal hearing begins

5 Jul 2017

London-based Addison Lee is the latest taxi and courier company to have its drivers’ worker status called into question at...

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