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.

Friday Podcast: Pre-employment health questionnaire ban; Tim Miller, HR chief, Standard Chartered Bank; Met Police staffing plans for 2012 Olympic Games

23 Nov 2007

HR news and analysis including: The banning of pre-employment health questionnaires under a new clause in the Equality Bill Tim...

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Friday Podcast: Sickness absence management and National Sickie Day; Default retirement age and the Equality Bill

23 Nov 2007

HR news and analysis including:

The best ways to manage sickness absence as the UK marks ‘National Sickie Day’ on...

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Friday Podcast: Network Rail HR director discrimination allegations; fit notes; police recruitment waiting lists

23 Nov 2007

HR news and analysis including: The latest developments in the case of Network Rail HR director Peter Bennett, who is...

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Friday Podcast: National Bullying Helpline founder Christine Pratt; fit notes and GP involvement

23 Nov 2007

HR news and analysis including:

Bullygate: what started as news of bullying at Number 10 has developed into a scandal...

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Friday Podcast: Work Foundation sickness absence investigation; Personnel Today’s Social Media Week; BT strike threats

23 Nov 2007

HR news and analysis including:

A new Work Foundation investigation into the problem of sickness absence
News of Personnel Today’s...

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Friday Podcast: Staff turnover, court injunctions, strikes and the public sector

23 Nov 2007

HR news and analysis including:

Staff turnover – the latest trends, and what employers are doing to tackle it 
The...

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Personnel Today Awards 2007 Totaljobs.com HR Measurement Award

5 Nov 2007

This award will go to the team that can best demonstrate its ability to measure and benchmark its people performance....

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Occupational pension scheme contribution levels are still too low to support staff in retirement

28 Sep 2007

Contribution levels in the majority of occupational pension scheme are still too low to support employees in retirement, despite improvements...

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AUDIO: Personnel Today Friday Podcast

21 Sep 2007

Mike Berry presents highlights of the latest human resources news including:

Employers criticise GPs unflexible hours
CIPD research and policy...

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Royal Mail slams Communication Workers Union October strike plans

21 Sep 2007

The Royal Mail has condemned yesterday’s decision by the Communication Workers Union (CWU) to stage further strikes next month, criticising...

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US hotel and casino Caesars Palace settles sexual harassment lawsuit with £427,000 payout

23 Aug 2007

Caesars Palace, the Las Vegas hotel and casino, has settled a sexual harassment lawsuit in the US by agreeing to...

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AUDIO: Human capital management – what’s it all about?

15 Jun 2007

Karen Dempsey talks to Northgate HR business strategy expert Steve Foster (pictured) about human capital management.How does human capital management...

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AUDIO: PersonnelToday.com weekly news round-up

21 May 2007

Rob Moss, Mike Berry and Louisa Peacock preview this week’s Personnel Today, including stories on the Leitch review, equal pay...

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Public Sector People Managers’ Association president calls for collaboration

2 Apr 2007

Public Sector People Managers’ Association conference, 28-30 March, Hilton Metropole, BrightonNew Public Sector People Managers’ Association president Phil Badley has...

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