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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‘Jobs for Nature’ opens wealth of opportunities

‘Jobs for Nature’ opens wealth of opportunities

It’s a win for biodiversity – and economic revival

How Biden's presidency will impact HR and talent mobility

How Biden's presidency will impact HR and talent mobility

HR leaders are keeping an eye on Biden's promise to reverse 'immigration blocks'

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‘Come home!’ Celebrity chef Josh Emett is recruiting Kiwis overseas

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No jab, no job? Employer mulls mandatory vaccination for staff

No jab, no job? Employer mulls mandatory vaccination for staff

The company said it isn't putting anyone under pressure

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Wave bye bye to five-day office work, Unilever CEO says

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Fun Friday: Recruiters reveal worst interview mishaps

Some old habits are becoming new pet peeves for recruiters

Exit interviews: What questions should you be asking?

Exit interviews: What questions should you be asking?

These questions could make all the difference to your culture

CEOs! It's time to up your social media strategy

CEOs! It's time to up your social media strategy

Employees are paying close attention to how C-Suite leaders stay connected online

NZ to enforce stricter rules for international travellers

NZ to enforce stricter rules for international travellers

The government is tightening security – and leaving nothing to chance

Switching off: The toxic rise of 'virtual presenteeism'

Switching off: The toxic rise of 'virtual presenteeism'

Flexible working doesn't mean always being accessible