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Agency Gives 'Heartbreak Leave" Benefits

Employees at Tokyo-based Hime & Company have a few new perks making the news

Employees at Tokyo-based Hime & Company have a few new perks making the news. Reuters reports the marketing agency offers “heartbreak leave” so its staff can take time to get over a break-up. Staff under 24 are eligible for one day per year, two days for those between 25 and 29, and three for older workers. Agency employees also get two mornings per year off to go shopping.

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