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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How Chorus NZ is building leaders of the future

How Chorus NZ is building leaders of the future

‘Leadership shapes culture – culture drives performance’

Are lockdown measures hurting women’s chances of recovery?

Are lockdown measures hurting women’s chances of recovery?

The pandemic is setting back efforts to achieve gender parity in the Australian workforce

Ready to get back to business travel?

Ready to get back to business travel?

New study suggests flying is NOT COVID-safe

CEO commits to boosting diversity after drawing criticism

CEO commits to boosting diversity after drawing criticism

Is there really a shortage of Black talent? A comment from Wells Fargo’s CEO raises the question

Got an MBA? Good news, bad news

Got an MBA? Good news, bad news

If you’ve done the hard yakka and shown how smart you are, a new report may cheer you up a little

COVID-19 vaccination: Mandatory request or PR nightmare?

COVID-19 vaccination: Mandatory request or PR nightmare?

Some countries allow employers to include vaccination as a pre-employment requirement

Employer sued over LGBTQ logo

Employer sued over LGBTQ logo

A US retailer which champions LGBTQ+ rights is being sued by former employees

Should NZ move to remote working for good?

Should NZ move to remote working for good?

These industries are ready to embrace a new way of working

Fun Friday: The best (and worst) cities for remote workers

Fun Friday: The best (and worst) cities for remote workers

These WFH hubs are a digital nomad's dream

Facebook CEO intervenes after worker’s post sparks uproar

Facebook CEO intervenes after worker’s post sparks uproar

Zuckerberg is concerned some employees fail to see the impact of their own words