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

This fast food giant is paying for employees’ college tuition

This fast food giant is paying for employees’ college tuition

Enrolees will have to agree to stay with the company for at least six months after graduation

Are employers ignoring the science behind obesity?

Are employers ignoring the science behind obesity?

Some are placing the onus on workers to take charge of their weight loss

Fun Friday: Top 10 worst gifts from bosses

Fun Friday: Top 10 worst gifts from bosses

You might want to think twice about how you're spreading holiday 'cheer'

4 in 5 Canadians prefer this over a higher salary

4 in 5 Canadians prefer this over a higher salary

A bleak view of the future has sparked ‘retirement anxiety’ among workers

Victoria's Secret cuts staff amid brand refresh

Victoria's Secret cuts staff amid brand refresh

The retailer's parent company announced organisational changes in a bid to 'turn around the business'

Why leaders need to open up about their mental health

Why leaders need to open up about their mental health

Creating an environment of support encourages employees to speak up

October is the best month to hire, says LinkedIn

October is the best month to hire, says LinkedIn

Nine in 10 recruiters on LinkedIn take less than four weeks to hire in the fall season

Canada tops global 'Inclusion' index

Canada tops global 'Inclusion' index

The rise of female leaders and active D&I campaigns have created a welcoming atmosphere at work

Study finds benefits of small gestures of kindness

Study finds benefits of small gestures of kindness

A team of university researchers has found that fresh fruit in the workplace really does alleviate workplace stress and boost morale

How well can your staff detect phishing attacks?

How well can your staff detect phishing attacks?

Being too confident can overshadow one’s judgment of malicious emails