Rachel Ranosa

Rachel Ranosa

Rachel Ranosa is a senior journalist covering the intersection of Human Resources and emerging technology.

With her interests ranging from behavioural science and people analytics to artificial intelligence and the future of work, she's constantly on the lookout for stories – whether they involve humans or robots.

Rachel began her career in journalism as a sub-editor for the Financial Times before working as a social media & technology editor for the New York-based Tech Times.

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Google staff to CEO: 'We deserve environment free from abuse'

Google staff to CEO: 'We deserve environment free from abuse'

The tech firm says it is 'deeply aware' of the issues

How social isolation is killing productivity

How social isolation is killing productivity

‘When you lose connections, you stop innovating’

Fun Friday: Weird and witty job titles don’t always work

Fun Friday: Weird and witty job titles don’t always work

Are you a guru? A maverick? Or a ninja?

Ontario in lockdown: What this means for businesses

Ontario in lockdown: What this means for businesses

Some experts are calling for smarter measures to protect workers

Right to disconnect: Will employers take the next step?

Right to disconnect: Will employers take the next step?

Unions are calling for organisations to adopt the measure

Vaccinations: Will you monitor staff jabs?

Vaccinations: Will you monitor staff jabs?

Some employers will no longer require proof of immunisation

No more Zoom calls on Friday, Citigroup CEO says

No more Zoom calls on Friday, Citigroup CEO says

The relentless stream of video calls is ‘simply not sustainable’

Fair Work secures $37K for underpaid nanny

Fair Work secures $37K for underpaid nanny

Employers allegedly required 82 hours of service per week

Will Buckingham Palace appoint 'diversity tsar'?

Will Buckingham Palace appoint 'diversity tsar'?

Concerns came to light after Harry and Meghan's tell-all interview

Major JobKeeper recipients saw profits rise in 2020: study

Major JobKeeper recipients saw profits rise in 2020: study

Some firms weren’t eligible despite claims of hardship