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.

Most employers say applicants should disclose pregnancy

19 Feb 2018

Six in 10 employers (59%) believe a woman should have to reveal she is pregnant during the recruitment process, according...

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Gender equality reduces number of women in STEM

15 Feb 2018

Women are less likely to take degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) if they live in countries with...

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Oxfam sex scandal spreads to UK charity shops

13 Feb 2018

The sex scandal engulfing Oxfam’s operations overseas has now extended to its charity shops in the UK, after its former...

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Lloyds Banking Group sets target for BAME senior management

12 Feb 2018

Lloyds Banking Group has announced it has set a public target to increase the representation of black and minority ethic...

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Tesco faces £4bn equal pay claim

7 Feb 2018

Supermarket giant Tesco is facing what could be the largest equal pay challenge in UK history after law firm Leigh...

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Skills gap will worsen after Brexit, say employers

6 Feb 2018

Half of employers believe Brexit will exacerbate the shortage of skilled professionals in the UK, according to new research.
Two...

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DBS background checks not bringing the benefits expected

1 Feb 2018

A National Audit Office investigation into the Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) has found its modernisation programme is running three...

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Stonewall publishes first trans-inclusive employers list

31 Jan 2018

Stonewall has published its inaugural list of the most transgender inclusive employers in the UK with three law firms, three...

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Government approach to teacher retention ‘sluggish and incoherent’

31 Jan 2018

The Department for Education (DfE) must get a grip on teacher retention to avoid a crisis in English classrooms, according...

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Carillion tried to ‘wriggle out’ of pension obligations

29 Jan 2018

Failed outsourcing giant Carillion had been trying to wriggle out of obligations to its pensions schemes for a decade, according...

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Ofsted cannot cope with apprentice trainer workload

23 Jan 2018

The education regulator has admitted struggling to deal with the number of companies offering training following the introduction of the...

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UK needs to rethink overtime, claims the Resolution Foundation

12 Dec 2017

One in 10 workers did paid overtime in the UK in the past year but only a fifth received “time...

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Zero hours workers subject to more sexual harassment

11 Dec 2017

Two fifths of women and a fifth of men in the UK say they have experienced unwanted sexual behaviour at...

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Primark and Sports Direct top minimum wage underpayment ranking

8 Dec 2017

Budget fashion retailers Primark and Sports Direct have topped the latest list of employers to be named and shamed by...

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Some gender pay gap reporting “statistically improbable”

8 Dec 2017

Companies submitting their gender pay gaps are getting their sums wrong and providing statistically impossible numbers, according to an equal...

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