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.
Is Ed Sheeran's success down to his name or his musical ability?Hahn Lionel/ABACA/PA Images

Which names attract the highest and lowest pay?

8 Nov 2017

Being a man called Ed could be the key to maximising your pay, earning you more than three times the...

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TUC calls for overhaul of minimum wage rates

8 Nov 2017

The TUC is calling on the Government to raise the national living wage to £10 “as quickly as possible” and...

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Living Wage increases to £8.75 per hour

6 Nov 2017

Living Wage employers will pay their staff at least £8.75 per hour across the UK and £10.20 in London, it...

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Justine Greening, education secretary and minister for women and equalities. Photo: Mark Thomas/REX/Shutterstock

Pilot flexible working programmes for teachers announced

31 Oct 2017

Justine Greening has announced new pilot programmes to look at ways of supporting and employing teachers flexibly, and enhancing coaching...

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NHS workforce planning ‘not fit for purpose’

30 Oct 2017

National policy and planning for the NHS workforce in England is “not fit for purpose” according to a report from...

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Government should ‘ban the box’ in DBS criminal records overhaul

27 Oct 2017

The current disclosure of youth criminal records in the UK undermines principles of youth justice and could fall short of...

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Esther McVey chaired the REC's Future of Jobs commissionBruce Adams/Associated Newspapers/REX/Shutterstock

Recruiters should offer flexible working option as “standard”

19 Oct 2017

Flexible working options should be a standard offering in new roles if employers and recruiters are to meet the challenges...

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Royal Mail wins injunction to stop 48-hour strike

13 Oct 2017

Royal Mail has won a High Court injunction preventing next week’s planned 48-hour strike by postal workers.
The proposed strike,...

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Make big brands liable for supply chain non-compliance – Matthew Taylor

12 Oct 2017

Major companies should be jointly liable for non-compliance with employment...

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Theresa May at a school in Streatham, south London, ahead of the publication the Government's race disparity auditGeoff Pugh/Daily Telegraph/PA Wire/PA Images

Ethnicity facts and figures must be “explained or changed”

10 Oct 2017

Theresa May will challenge society to “explain or change” disparities in how people from different ethnic backgrounds are treated, as...

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Sarah Anderson, the claimant, is filing an employment tribunal claim against Hampshire County CouncilPhoto: IWGB

Foster carer files case claiming worker status

9 Oct 2017

A foster carer has filed an employment tribunal claim against Hampshire County Council for unpaid holiday in a case that...

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Jeremy Hunt at the 2017 Conservative Party conference in ManchesterMatt Crossick/Empics Entertainment

Hunt announces 25% more nurse training posts

5 Oct 2017

Health secretary Jeremy Hunt has announced a 25% increase in nurse training places as well as a package of measures...

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Uber worker status case heard at EAT

27 Sep 2017

Uber appears at the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) today to appeal last year’s decision on the employment status of its...

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Tackling diversity is a business imperative and not an HR policy – Ken OlisaJenny Goodall / Daily Mail / REX / Shutterstock

Eight in 10 ethnic minority leaders do not trust their organisations

13 Sep 2017

Eight out of 10 (82%) ethnic minority leaders do not trust the organisations they work for, believing there is institutional...

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David Lammy MP led the 18-month reviewKen McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock

Lammy review: Criminal records could be ‘sealed’ from employers

8 Sep 2017

Individuals’ criminal records could be sealed from employers as part of a series of recommendations made in an independent review...

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