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BHP bosses to front Rio Tinto’s Juukan Gorge blast hearings – Sydney Morning Herald

BHP will face a parliamentary inquiry launched in the wake of rival miner Rio Tinto’s destruction of the 46,000-year-old Juukan Gorge rock shelters.

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BHP on Wednesday said it had spoken with its Indigenous partners across its operations and had confirmed to them that it would not act on any of its existing approvals to impact heritage sites under the WA state heritage act until it had re-engaged with traditional owner groups. BHP, which like Rio also operates in the Pilbara region, has previously said it would pause plans to destroy up to 40 significant Aboriginal sites at its $4.5 billion South Flank project in order to re-consult with the B…

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Netflix’s terrifying work rules include brutal honesty – NEWS.com.au

Netflix’s terrifying work rules include brutal honesty

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Working for Netflix may seem like a dream job but founder Reed Hastings has revealed the brutal rules employees need to follow if they want to succeed. Hastings’ unusual approach was developed after he was forced to fire 40 employees, a third of his staff in the wake of the dotcom bubble burst, according to Good Weekend magazine.
It led him to develop the “Keeper Test”, which requires all managers to ask: Which of my people, if they told me were leaving for a similar job at a peer company, woul…

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Qantas hints at more job cuts, saying “more difficult decisions” to come – NEWS.com.au

Qantas hints at more job cuts, saying “more difficult decisions” to come

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Qantas appears to be hinting there will be more job cuts at the airline on top of the thousands already announced, flagging more difficult decisions to come in the 2019-20 annual report.In June, when the airline announced its post-COVID recovery plan, chief executive Alan Joyce announced 6000 job cuts, noting many of those to be culled had worked with the company for decades.
Around 2500 more Qantas and Jetstar jobs are at risk under plans revealed last month to outsource ground handling operat…

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Programming error overpaid thousands of unemployed Louisianans – msnNOW

The Louisiana government admitted this week that a technical issue caused thousands of out-of-work residents to receive notices informing them they’d been overp…

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Programming error overpaid thousands of unemployed Louisianans
The Louisiana government admitted this week that a technical issue caused thousands of out-of-work residents to receive notices informing them they’d been overpaid in unemployment benefits and had to return the money to Baton Rouge.
The Louisiana Workforce Commission (LWC) said in a statement Thursday approximately 7,600 Unemployment Insurance overpayment notices were produced earlier this month and that it is work…

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