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Pay Blunder Costs Qantas Airways Thousands in Back Pay

Qantas Airways will be paying around 55 workers thousands in back pay after it uncovered an "embarrassing" blunder that also resulted in about 165 workers being overpaid. So reports The Sydney Morning Herald.

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HR, Recruiting Managers Among Australia’s Top Five Fastest-Growing Jobs

Human resources and recruitment managers are among Australia's five fastest-growing jobs this year when it comes to salary growth. So report Yahoo Finance.

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Single Women Over 30 Given 'Dating Leave' By Two Chinese Firms

Two Chinese firms want their single female employees age 30 and over to find their future mates with a so-called "go home and date" annual leave benefit. So reports The Telegraph.

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Brokers Bringing Workers to Japan Face Tougher Scrutiny

The Japanese government plans to tighten up controls on well-compensated brokers who recruit foreign workers to the country. So reports The Japan Times.

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Resurgent Mining Industry, Banking Scandal, to Fuel Wage Growth for Some Aussies

A resurgent mining industry and a nationwide probe into banking and financial company scandals are likely to fuel a boost in salaries for certain jobs. So reports news.com.au.

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'Tens of Thousands' of Aussie Firms Hit By Chinese Hacking Scheme

Australia said Chinese hackers may have impacted "tens of thousands" of companies, according to a top government cyber official. So reports The Sydney Morning Herald.

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Japanese Women Refuse Valentine's Day Tradition of Giving Sweets to Male Co-Workers

More Japanese women were having no part of a traditional Valentine's Day practice known as "obligation chocolates." So reports The Independent.

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Hong Kong to Lift Minimum Wage to Highest Level Ever

Hong Kong will lift its minimum wage from HK$34.50 to HK$37.50 effective May 1. So reports the Hong Kong Free Press.

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Australia Has An Issue with Holiday Hoarders

Many Australians have adopted an all work, no play philosophy to their jobs, which is testament to their commitment, but makes them prone to burnout. So reports Smart Company.

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Aussie Mining Industry Needs to Shed ‘Dirty’ Brand to Win Over Women

Women make up just 16% of workers in Australia's mining industry jobs and one of the biggest obstacles in fixing this is changing the negative perception of the work. So reports The Sydney Morning Herald.

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