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.

Uber sued for ‘automated’ dismissals

27 Oct 2020

In the first legal challenge of its kind, former Uber drivers in the UK and Portugal are suing the taxi-hailing...

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Tapping into tech: How agile HR leadership drives resilience (webinar)

23 Oct 2020

24 Nov 2020 | Register now. HR leaders have had to steer organisations through unprecented change...

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Legal risks of Covid-19 testing in the workplace

21 Oct 2020

Many employers are content on their staff relying on the coronavirus testing service provided by the NHS but, for some,...

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Quarter of employers do nothing to improve top-level diversity

20 Oct 2020

A quarter of employers (24%) make no effort to attract and recruit more diverse candidates for top-level jobs.
That is...

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Covid-19: One in five parents treated unfairly at work

16 Oct 2020

Approximately 2.6 million parents feel they have been treated less fairly at work because of their childcare responsibilities since the...

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Services sector ‘overlooked’ in Brexit trade talks

13 Oct 2020

The needs of the UK’s £225bn professional services sector are being overlooked in the UK-EU trade talks according a sub-committee...

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City traders working from home must be monitored

13 Oct 2020

A City watchdog has warned financial services firms that it expects them to have updated their policies, refreshed their training...

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Christian loses discrimination claim in LGBT teaching case

7 Oct 2020

A Christian school assistant who took her former employer to tribunal over claims she was sacked because of her religious...

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Hospitality job losses will be ‘far higher’ than expected

7 Oct 2020

Far more pub, bar and restaurant workers than previously thought are likely to lose their jobs by the end of...

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GDPR: H&M fined record £32m for intrusive ‘people analytics’

6 Oct 2020

H&M Group has been fined €35.3m (£32.1m) by an information commissioner in Germany for intrusive data collection and analysis of...

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CDC pensions outperform DB and DC schemes

5 Oct 2020

Collective defined contribution (CDC) pension schemes would be expected to average 70% higher than defined contribution (DC) annuities and 40%...

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Furlough bonus guidance published

2 Oct 2020

The government has published details of the one-off bonus that employers can claim if they keep previously furloughed employees on...

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Employment tribunal claims leap by a fifth during lockdown

2 Oct 2020

The Ministry of Justice has published its quarterly update on employment tribunal statistics revealing an 18% increase in single claims...

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Firm alleged to have abused furlough faces tribunal claim

29 Sep 2020

Unite has described a tribunal case launched today as “a wake-up call” for employers that have fraudulently claimed funds from...

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Brexit: MAC warns of ‘stark consequences’ in social care

29 Sep 2020

Senior care worker and nursing assistant roles should be added to the shortage occupation lists to relieve pressure when freedom...

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