Rob Moss

Rob Moss

About Rob Moss

Rob Moss became editor of Personnel Today in 2010. He joined the publication in 2006 as online editor and has previously worked as a business journalist in the optical and electrical markets.

Two thirds of furloughed workers to return by September

2 Jul 2020

Two out of three people currently furloughed through the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme could be back at work by the...

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Employers uncertain how long Covid measures will last

2 Jul 2020

As thousands of job cuts were announced in retail and aviation this week, a survey of reward and benefits leaders...

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‘Office for Talent’ to improve immigration experience

1 Jul 2020

The government has created a new ‘Office for Talent’ to make it easier for scientists, researchers and innovators to settle...

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30-day window for firms to confess furlough fraud starts next month

15 Jun 2020

Employers that think they have abused the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will have a 30-day window in which to admit their mistakes.

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‘Horrible, complex’ flexible furlough guidance unveiled

15 Jun 2020

From 1 July employees will no longer have to be furloughed for a minimum period of three weeks: new guidance from HM Revenue and Customs.

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Uber drivers in court over ministers’ failure to help gig workers

11 Jun 2020

The High Court today hears a case brought by drivers and the IWGB over Treasury's failure to protect precarious workers during the Covid-19 crisis.

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Prioritise the young to drive economic recovery – CBI

11 Jun 2020

The Confederation of British Industry has urged Boris Johnson to make job creation, skills training and opportunities, especially for young...

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Cut national insurance to stimulate jobs market – IES

5 Jun 2020

Rishi Sunak should cut employers’ national insurance contributions for all staff if he announces an emergency Budget next month.

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Car industry faces more job losses: Bentley and Lookers

5 Jun 2020

Carmaker Bentley and dealership Lookers are the latest businesses in the automotive sector to announce job cuts.

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Companies will not pay 20% of furlough costs until October

29 May 2020

Rishi Sunak has provided the first details of how businesses are to share the cost of furloughed workers, surprising many...

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Nissan plant in Barcelona to close as Sunderland stays safe

29 May 2020

Hundreds of Spanish Nissan workers have burnt tyres outside a factory that the Japanese car maker has announced is to...

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Government considers additional bank holiday in October

20 May 2020

The government is considering a one-off, additional public holiday to help compensate the tourism industry’s lost revenue for the bank...

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Tube worker wins £14k after dismissal delays

19 May 2020

A London Underground worker sacked for sexual harassment has been awarded £14,500 for his employer’s failure to conduct a timely...

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Migration Advisory Committee consults on skills shortages

13 May 2020

The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) has launched a six-week call for evidence, asking business groups and employers to share their...

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Covid-19 Secure guidance: Employers should publish risk assessments

12 May 2020

‘Practical guidelines’ have been published to help employers make workplaces as safe as possible, including the expectation that all employers...

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