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HKBN Group (HKBN) has introduced a market leading initiative for the health and safety concerns of its talents.
Starting this month, HKBN talents who suffer an injury whilst performing work-related duties and responsibilities will be entitled to their full salaries for the first three months of sick leave taken as a result of the injury. The law stipulates only 80% of one’s salary needs to be paid.
“By embracing a talent-first culture, HKBN believes the right thing to do is to exceed the legal thresholds when administering benefits and protection,” said Windy Wong, senior manager, talent management at HKBN. “We uphold LIFE-work priority, putting health and family before work. We believe such initiatives will help our talents feel extra motivated and satisfied for working at HKBN to deliver outstanding results.”
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