Features list 2016 – submitting content to Personnel Today

On this page you will find details of how to submit content to Personnel Today.  We no longer publish a detailed schedule of proposed content.

If you like to get in touch regarding an idea for a feature, case study, interview, opinion piece or an event please use the relevant email link below, depending on the topic. You can self-publish press releases on our Press Release Service. Alteratively, please submit all press releases to personnel.today@rbi.co.uk .

Due to the volume of emails we receive, we only reply if we are interested in pursuing your idea. Further guidelines for submitting content are below.


Personnel Today editorial team

Rob Moss, editor and commercial product manager

Noel O’Reilly, editor, Occupational Health & Wellbeing; editor, Employers’ Law

Jo Faragher, writer and editor

Stephen Simpson, principal employment law editor, XpertHR
Employment law, case law, legal opinion pieces.

Aidan Gray, digital manager

Display advertising: 020 8652 3731
Recruitment advertising: 020 8652 8008
For media information contact Andrea Brunton on
020 8652 4652 or andrea.brunton@rbi.co.uk

Guidelines for pitching content ideas to Personnel Today

Thank you for your interest in working with us. Please note the following:

  1. Due to the high volume of feature proposals and similar requests we receive, we are unable to accept pre-written articles. Our features are mainly written in-house or by freelance journalists.
  2. We do commission opinion pieces from experts. To submit an idea please include a suggested headline, three bullet points on the main discussion points. If we decide to go ahead your idea we want approximately 800 words. The most common reason for us turning down such a piece is a lack of opinion.
  3. If you have an idea that you think may help generate a feature, please e-mail us a synopsis via one of the topic links above, outlining why it would be of interest to our readers, what angle the feature would take and what areas the proposed article would cover. Please also include details of anyone who would be able to provide expert comment.
  4. Please check the website to see which features topics we have covered recently before getting in touch.
  5. You can post your press releases online at http://www.personneltoday.com/pr
  6. We do not provide synopses of upcoming features.
  7. Please keep in mind that we receive hundreds of feature suggestions every week and that we will only respond if we need further information.
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