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.

Friday podcast: Agency workers directive and HR transformation at Tower Hamlets council

4 Sep 2009

HR news and analysis including:

HR professionals plan to bypass the Agency Workers Directive
And we look at how Tower...

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Friday Podcast: NHS job vacancies and poor workforce management; Ramadan and the Equality Bill

21 Aug 2009

HR news and analysis including:

How a significant increase in vacancies within the NHS has prompted accusations of poor workforce...

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Friday Podcast: Swine flu absence; civil service redundancy payments

7 Aug 2009

HR news and analysis including:

Younger workers more likely to be off sick with swine flu

Union reactions to proposed...

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Friday Podcast: Agency workers debate, legal representation at disciplinary meetings

31 Jul 2009

HR news and analysis, including:

Latest developments in the agency workers debate
The fight for legal representation at disciplinary meetings...

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Friday Podcast: MacLeod Review; Heyday retirement age case; Renewable energy jobs; Unemployment hits 2.38 million; Prison officer bullied over good looks

17 Jul 2009

Noel O’Reilly and John Charlton join Rob Moss to discuss news that the details of whistleblowing incidents heard in employment...

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Friday Podcast: Swine flu sick leave; blacklisting in construction industry

10 Jul 2009

HR news and analysis including:

Swine flu – workers allowed up to 2 weeks off
Blacklisting in the construction industry....

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Friday Podcast: Dual discrimination claims; no-win no-fee lawyer regulations; Personnel Today Power Players list

3 Jul 2009

HR news and analysis including:

the Equality Bill amendment to allow dual discrimination cases;
how regulating no-win no-fee lawyers would...

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Friday Podcast: Intra-company transfers; Heyday age discrimination case; Prejudice in the workplace

26 Jun 2009

HR news and analysis including:

Lobby groups want the Home Office to crack down on intra-company transfers as they say...

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We’re all prejudiced and we need to admit it

22 Jun 2009

Binna Kandola tells Rob Moss that everyone is inherently biased and explains how this is hampering diversity in the workplace.

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Friday Podcast: Staff-sharing scheme headache; interview with Tesco HR director; Muslim waitress wins tribunal

19 Jun 2009

HR news and analysis including:

possible headaches for videogame HR teams as a pioneering staff-sharing scheme is announced;
an exclusive...

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Friday Podcast: Backdated holiday pay sackings; HR job prospects; childcare vouchers decision

12 Jun 2009

HR news and analysis including:

HR professionals warn they may have to sack staff to avoid paying backdated holiday pay,...

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Friday Podcast: Fit notes, Jack Straw cracks down on no-win no-fee lawyers, landmark false claimant tribunal ruling

29 May 2009

HR news and analysis including:

The new fit note is unveiled to cut down on long-term sickness absence;
Justice secretary...

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The Apprentice final five correctly predicted by Personnel Today blogger

28 May 2009

Professor Binna Kandola,the blogger behind Personnel Today’sThe Apprentice Analysed has been correctly predicting the final five candidates to go through...

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Friday Podcast: Bailiff-style tribunal award recovery tactics; shadow skills secretary David Willetts; HR ‘bad guys’

22 May 2009

HR news and analysis including: New government proposals to force employers to pay tribunal awards more quickly by encouraging the...

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Friday Podcast: Police workforce modernisation, nameless CVs, Rolls-Royce loses age discrimination appeal

15 May 2009

HR news and analysis including:

Police HR face a backlash from front-line officers for attempting to modernise the workforce;

HR...

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