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

5 warning signs you're about to be fired

5 warning signs you're about to be fired

These tell-tale signs can help you stay ahead even before the axe swings your way

Beauty retailer faces claims of bullying, vows reform

Beauty retailer faces claims of bullying, vows reform

Employees were reportedly subjected to racism and harassment by their own managers

CEO's act of kindness goes viral on LinkedIn

CEO's act of kindness goes viral on LinkedIn

'To this day, she is my best employee not just because of her talent but her loyalty'

Vacation shaming: Are your staff being guilt tripped?

Vacation shaming: Are your staff being guilt tripped?

A disturbing new trend is causing workers to feel guilty for having taken time off

Boss lets worker retire early by paying off his mortgage

Boss lets worker retire early by paying off his mortgage

'I wanted him to enjoy more time with his family,' the auto repair shop owner said

Gay man whose salary was halved alleges pay discrimination

Gay man whose salary was halved alleges pay discrimination

Wesley Wernecke said his pay was cut to be on equal footing with 'females in the office'

Out of the box? Job applicant prints CV on cereal boxes

Out of the box? Job applicant prints CV on cereal boxes

One hopeful decided to send his CV to prospective employers with a fun, new spin

Fun Friday: 10 worst excuses for calling in sick

Fun Friday: 10 worst excuses for calling in sick

Beware: one in 10 workers are willing to fabricate proof of their illness

Apple fires worker for allegedly texting customers pic

Apple fires worker for allegedly texting customers pic

The employee purportedly went through the customer’s gallery and sent a photo to himself

Huawei to reward staff US$286M for 'dedication' in US trade war

Huawei to reward staff US$286M for 'dedication' in US trade war

The telecoms equipment maker plans to double the salary of 194,000 workers