Rachel Ranosa

Rachel Ranosa

Rachel is a journalist at Human Resources Director.

Rachel Ranosa is a journalist who specialises 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.

Contact: Rachel.Ranosa@keymedia.com

9 in 10 workers come to work even with cold or flu symptoms

9 in 10 workers come to work even with cold or flu symptoms

More than half had too many things to do in the office to be absent

Chipotle expands employee benefits with mental health care

Chipotle expands employee benefits with mental health care

By 2020, all Chipotle employees and their families will receive new wellness benefits

Goldman Sachs offers staff fertility treatment benefits

Goldman Sachs offers staff fertility treatment benefits

The new perks aim to help women, same sex couples, and those struggling to conceive

Bank of America to raise minimum wage to US$20

Bank of America to raise minimum wage to US$20

Finance companies are relying on higher pay and better benefits to attract and retain talent

What is Tall Poppy Syndrome?

What is Tall Poppy Syndrome?

Beware the signs of this negative workplace behaviour

Managers fired after allegedly asking black family to move tables

Managers fired after allegedly asking black family to move tables

The restaurant maintains it has 'zero tolerance' for discrimination of any kind

McDonald’s HR chief steps down

McDonald’s HR chief steps down

David Fairhurst’s departure comes immediately after the board of directors fired CEO Steve Easterbrook

JetBlue apologizes for worker's 'offensive' Halloween costume

JetBlue apologizes for worker's 'offensive' Halloween costume

In the spirit of Halloween fun, one crew member crossed the line

'Ghosting': The creepy new HR trend

'Ghosting': The creepy new HR trend

Despite ghosting being a new trend, 83% of employers have already been ghosted

Ex-Starbucks regional director alleges racial discrimination

Ex-Starbucks regional director alleges racial discrimination

Shannon Phillips claims she was fired for protesting bias against white employees