Rachel Ranosa

Rachel Ranosa

Rachel is a journalist at Human Resources Director.

United Airlines fires staff who sold employee travel privileges

United Airlines fires staff who sold employee travel privileges

In a 'brokering scheme' workers ask colleagues for passes to sell to outsiders

Amazon CEO: 'I still tap dance into the office'

Amazon CEO: 'I still tap dance into the office'

Jeff Bezos wants to assure employees he is 'as engaged and focused on Amazon as ever'

Employees crave more time for family and travel

Employees crave more time for family and travel

How would you spend your extra time at work - and away from it?

Virgin Atlantic wants flight crew uniform to 'reflect' personal style

Virgin Atlantic wants flight crew uniform to 'reflect' personal style

Wearing makeup will now be optional for Virgin Atlantic flight attendants, but is the change only skin-deep?

Can employees call in sick with a hangover?

Can employees call in sick with a hangover?

Nearly a third of workers call in sick after a night of binge drinking - but is a hangover a valid reason to miss work?

Beware of data overload, HR leader warns

Beware of data overload, HR leader warns

'Reports cannot be too frequent that they become a burden to look at'

Microsoft workers push CEO to junk US military contract

Microsoft workers push CEO to junk US military contract

Employees are 'alarmed' the tech company is working to 'increase lethality'

Are robots better than HR at 'reading' emotions?

Are robots better than HR at 'reading' emotions?

Leaders may well see a new wave of emotionally intelligent technology

Reddit co-founder leads the call for paid paternity leave

Reddit co-founder leads the call for paid paternity leave

Alexis Ohanian wants working dads to enjoy 16 weeks of paid paternity leave like he did

Humans vs machines? Amazon builds gizmo to protect workers

Humans vs machines? Amazon builds gizmo to protect workers

A new device communicates with other robots to keep workers safe