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.

Pensions row threatens Virgin and Stagecoach rail operations

11 Apr 2019

A row over the rail industry’s central pension scheme could see Virgin Trains cease operating in the UK later this...

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Shared parental leave should be ‘overhauled’

5 Apr 2019

Shared parental leave is unaffordable for most working families and should be overhauled, according to the TUC.

Shared parental leave...

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Diageo announces six months’ paid parental leave

3 Apr 2019

Drinks giant Diageo has announced a new policy to offer men and women 52 weeks’ parental leave with the first...

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Starbucks to pay for employees’ degrees

2 Apr 2019

Starbucks has announced it will fund UK employees through a Bachelor’s degree, in an expansion of its US education programme....

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Gender pay gap awareness remains low

28 Mar 2019

As large employers reach the deadline for reporting their 2018 gender pay gap next week, research among middle and senior...

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Half of job candidates sold an ‘unrealistic dream’

27 Mar 2019

Research from pre-hire assessment start-up ThriveMap has shown that 48% of employees have left a role because it wasn’t what...

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Executive pay: ‘Weak’ remuneration committees must do more

26 Mar 2019

Companies must do more to link executive pay to that of the rest of their workforce according to MPs who...

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‘Hop-desking’: BrewDog launches remote working initiative

22 Mar 2019

Many remote workers frequently take advantage of coffee shops’ free wi-fi and power outlets but now pubs are trying to...

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‘Don’t fund level 6 and 7 apprenticeships’ say learning providers

20 Mar 2019

Training providers have called on the government to remove the highest and degree level apprenticeships from the scope of funding...

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Equality regulator to investigate pay discrimination at BBC

12 Mar 2019

The BBC is being investigated by the Equality and Human Rights Commission following complaints that female employees were not paid...

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Staff left in dark over employers’ Brexit plans

12 Mar 2019

As MPs prepare to vote again on Theresa May’s Brexit deal after she says she agreed “legally binding” change from...

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May’s promise on post-Brexit workers’ rights ‘meaningless’

11 Mar 2019

An EU and employment law barrister has described Theresa May’s purported guarantee on workers’ rights after Brexit as “meaningless” in...

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HR professionals feel most valued at work

11 Mar 2019

People working in human resources, education and finance feel the most valued by their employers, according to research.
The poll...

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Working time: Rest breaks need not be continuous

6 Mar 2019

The Court of Appeal has ruled that there is no reason why a rest break should be uninterrupted in certain...

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New EU employment law to be reviewed by Parliament post-Brexit

6 Mar 2019

Theresa May will today unveil how the UK government will handle emerging EU laws concerning workers’ rights after Brexit.
The...

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