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  • Aussie employees want praise over a raise
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Aussie employees want praise over a raise

We often refer to work as ‘the daily grind’, counting down the days and hours until the weekend. But what can improve work for employees Down Under? Research suggests they’re not chasing after a pay rise – in fact, they would rather get recognition for all their hard work.

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