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.

Young people least likely to value apprenticeships

11 Dec 2018

People under the age of 25 are least likely to see the value in apprenticeships, according to research from the...

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UK productivity levels better than feared

11 Dec 2018

British workers may be producing more goods and services per hour than longstanding economic indicators have suggested, according to new...

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Employees rank Anglian Water as UK’s best place to work

5 Dec 2018

East of England utility Anglian Water has been ranked as the best place to work in the UK, according to...

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Tribunal to consider discrimination against vegan

3 Dec 2018

An employment tribunal will next year decide if “ethical veganism” is a philosophical belief in a case involving a man...

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Dutchman Emile Ratelband cannot legally “change his age”

3 Dec 2018

The Dutchman who was attempting to change his age has lost his legal battle in Arnhem, the Netherlands.
Emile Ratelband,...

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Personnel Today Awards 2018: The Film

30 Nov 2018

 
Watch all the winners collect their Personnel Today Awards trophies and find out what it’s like to be recognised...

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Ethnicity pay gap reporting threshold should be 50 employees

26 Nov 2018

The threshold above which employers should be obliged to report their ethnicity pay gap should be 50 employees, according to...

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Employees denied ‘toilet dignity’ at work

19 Nov 2018

Unite is demanding that employers take action to ensure that workers are granted toilet dignity in the workplace.
The union...

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One in six NHS posts unfilled by 2030

15 Nov 2018

“Systemic” shortages in the NHS workforce mean long-term plans for the health service risk becoming an unachievable wish list, according...

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Half of FTSE 350 board appointments need to be women to meet targets

13 Nov 2018

A quarter of FTSE 350 companies have only one woman on their board, and there remain five all-male boards, according...

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Commuting times on the rise regardless of how workers travel

13 Nov 2018

The time it takes employees to get to and from work has increased over the past decade, even if they...

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‘Historic’ CDC pensions schemes given green light by DWP

6 Nov 2018

The Department for Work and Pensions has launched a consultation to shape new legislation around collective defined contribution pension schemes,...

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‘Real’ Living Wage increases by 2.9% outside London

5 Nov 2018

The “real” Living Wage, the rate of pay set by the Living Wage Foundation, has increased 25 pence to £9...

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Google workers stage global walkout

1 Nov 2018

Staff and freelancers at Google offices across the world are walking out in protest of the tech giant’s treatment of...

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National living wage to increase nearly 5% from April 2019

29 Oct 2018

The national living wage, the statutory national minimum wage for those aged 25 and over, will increase 4.9% from 1...

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