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.

Christian actress loses legal case after anti-LGBT comments

17 Feb 2021

An actress who was stripped of a role following the discovery of anti-gay comments on Facebook has lost a tribunal...

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Covid-19: Government policies ‘exacerbated’ gender inequality

9 Feb 2021

Policies launched in response to the pandemic have overlooked well-understood labour market and caring inequalities faced by women.

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Google to pay $3.8m for discriminating against thousands

2 Feb 2021

The US Department of Labor has reached a settlement with Google to resolve allegations of systemic gender and race discrimination.

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One in eight workers furloughed in December

29 Jan 2021

HMRC figures show 13% of employees were on furlough at the end of December.

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Tesco manager sacked for restraining thief wins £43,000

27 Jan 2021

A Tesco store manager fired for manhandling a shoplifter has been awarded £43,100 for unfair dismissal at the employment tribunal.

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Typical pay awards could fall to 1%

21 Jan 2021

Annual pay awards have steadied at a median of 2% in the three months to the end of December 2020...

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Furlough should be extended ‘before Budget’

19 Jan 2021

Rishi Sunak needs to act now, ahead of his Budget, to help protect UK companies through the Spring to ensure...

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Aviation in ‘jobs death spiral’ as Norwegian cuts 1,100 jobs

14 Jan 2021

Norwegian Air is to close its long-haul operations to concentrate on its short-haul network in Scandinavia, meaning around 1,100 staff...

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‘Best fit’ hire lands NHS trust with ageism pay-out

14 Jan 2021

A young, mainly female team influenced a hiring decision concerning a 50-year-old man, leading to his successful claim for age and sex discrimination.

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UK has 21st most complex HR in Europe

13 Jan 2021

The HR and payroll environment in the UK is one of the most complex in Europe, according to research, although...

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Salesforce voted Glassdoor Best Place to Work 2021

13 Jan 2021

Glassdoor has announced its annual list of the best places to work in the UK for 2021 as top employers...

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Racist, sexist, homophobic police officers sacked

8 Jan 2021

Three police officers at Hampshire Constabulary’s serious organised crime unit were sacked for gross misconduct after being secretly bugged following whistleblower concerns.

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Vaccine hopes lead to increased recruitment

8 Jan 2021


Optimism around the impact of the coronavirus vaccine roll-out led to an increase in both permanent and temporary job...

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Executive pay: financial incentives damage long-term profits

6 Jan 2021

The more focus companies put on financial incentives for CEOs’ bonuses, the worse the firm’s commercial performance, according to a...

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Covid-19 safety rules ‘outdated’ say unions

5 Jan 2021

Trade unions are calling on the government to update workplace safety rules, published in the first lockdown, to protect workers...

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