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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Why employee rankings are hurting your team

Why employee rankings are hurting your team

'Ranking feedback drives even experienced managers to act competitively'

Fun Friday: The most annoying office email habits

Fun Friday: The most annoying office email habits

Before you hit 'Send,' remember to take a deep breath first

Are managers behind pay inequality?

Are managers behind pay inequality?

Some workers have greater bargaining power over their pay – and managers may have a role to play

Is the old boys club still alive in the #MeToo era?

Is the old boys club still alive in the #MeToo era?

How can managers ensure equal growth opportunities for women and men?

Is this the 'most volatile' HR profession?

Is this the 'most volatile' HR profession?

Head hunters are themselves a prime target in the talent war

Feeling lazy? How workers combat the 'afternoon crash'

Feeling lazy? How workers combat the 'afternoon crash'

4 in 5 employees report feeling a sudden energy dip in the afternoon – here’s how many are coping

Merger of Kronos and Ultimate Software valued at $22B

Merger of Kronos and Ultimate Software valued at $22B

The combined enterprise is expected to generate $3B in revenue

What is digital wellness – and how can you achieve it?

What is digital wellness – and how can you achieve it?

No one wants a clunky piece of software at work

The best companies to work for, according to Fortune

The best companies to work for, according to Fortune

A legacy hotel brand takes the No. 1 spot

Are your workers exposing you to cybercrime?

Are your workers exposing you to cybercrime?

Nearly half of employees are guilty of committing these costly mistakes