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Suncorp Gives Workers PTO to Help Fight Fires

Suncorp Group has allowed workers who are part of volunteer organizations that are fighting to stop Australia’s massive bush fires to take paid-time off. So reports Human Resources Director.


Fertility Risk High for Female Surgeons

Women surgeons are more than twice as likely as other women to encounter fertility issues stemming from having to work in operating rooms. So reports stuff.co.nz, citing a new study.


Korean Entrepreneurs Prep Recruits to Face AI Hiring Bots

Some Korean consultants are targeting nervous job recruits, touting how they can help those recruits better deal with artificial-intelligence-hiring-robots. So reports WION.


Thailand to Send 100,000 Abroad in 2020 to Bolster Job Skills

Thailand’s government plans to send 100,000 of its citizens abroad so they can bolster their work expertise and then come home to help grow the local economy. So reports Human Resources.


Australia’s Antarctic Division Puts Out Call For 150+ Recruits

Australia’s Antarctic Division has put out a call for 150+ recruits with trade skills willing to work in the frigid region during the 2020-21 winter season. So reports The Advocate.


Woman Heads to Prison for Lying on Her Resume to Land Job

A woman was sentenced to at least one year in prison after it was revealed that she lied on her resume to land a US$185,000 a year Australian government job. So reports CNN.


China Gets Flooded With 463,000 Applications for 2022 Games

China has received applications from 463,000 people to serve as volunteers for the Beijing 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games within four days of starting the recruitment search. So reports Xinhua.


Indian Conglomerate Debuts New LGBTQ+ Friendly HR Policy

Tata Steel has debuted a new human resources policy that more fully embraces its lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning and related employees. So reports Xinhua.


NZ Hospitality Giant Faces Heat for Staff Rape, Harassment

The chief executive of the parent company for some major fast food chains in New Zealand has apologized following an investigation that revealed managers had sexually harassed and assaulted teenage workers. So reports stuff.co.nz.


Aussie Firms All in on AI to Grow Business

Australian companies are hot for artificial intelligence, with almost 90% targeting investments in this area to grow their operations. So reports the Human Resources Director.


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