Rachel Ranosa

Rachel Ranosa

Rachel Ranosa is a journalist who specializes in covering emerging technology, people analytics and the future of work. She began her career in journalism as a sub-editor for the Financial Times before working as the social media & technology editor of the New York-based Tech Times.

Rachel serves as a panelist at science & technology contests for young writers. She majored in journalism and minored in sociology at the University of the Philippines.

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Pizza workers fired after forming swastika on customer's order

Pizza workers fired after forming swastika on customer's order

'Even in a joking manner it’s absolutely unacceptable'

Some women are struggling through the pandemic – here’s how to help

Some women are struggling through the pandemic – here’s how to help

A top employment lawyer shares her lessons from New Zealand's COVID-19 lockdown

More workers are taking PTO as lockdown rules ease

More workers are taking PTO as lockdown rules ease

'Unplugging during the summer months can help employees manage the burnout of these pandemic times'

Employers gear up for automation to ‘future-proof’ business

Employers gear up for automation to ‘future-proof’ business

In these unprecedented times, RPA is a game-changer

Fun Friday: The best side hustles for remote workers

Fun Friday: The best side hustles for remote workers

'A part-time job can help fill in employment gaps and provide much-needed income during uncertain times,' a career expert advises

Red Bull in a wrangle over leaked image

Red Bull in a wrangle over leaked image

A worker allegedly reported the incident to HR but the complaint never received a response

Woolworths to slash 1,300 jobs in pivot to automation

Woolworths to slash 1,300 jobs in pivot to automation

The closure of warehouses will render workers in Sydney and Melbourne redundant

Google workers urge CEO: 'No police contracts'

Google workers urge CEO: 'No police contracts'

'Saying Black Lives Matter is not enough,' the group Googlers Against Racism said

Trainee who accused boss of ‘mansplaining’ loses unfair dismissal case

Trainee who accused boss of ‘mansplaining’ loses unfair dismissal case

'I do not appreciate mansplaining on dress codes'

Re-skilling workers will reduce COVID-19 unemployment risks

Re-skilling workers will reduce COVID-19 unemployment risks

As consumer demands on businesses change, so will labour market demands for skilled workers