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China company rewards Best Employee with a night with Japanese AV Actress Hatano Yui

Woah, what the heck? Just read this on AsiaOne just now:

China company rewarded best employee with a night with actress

A company in China rewarded its best employee with a night with Hatano Yui, a Japan adult video actress at its appreciation dinner recently, Kwong Wah Yit Poh reported.

The company in Shanghai invited the actress to appear as the special guest at the dinner, which attracted a lot of her fans to take photographs with her, it reported. It caused a stir among the employees when an announcement was made that the best employee of the year would spend a night with the actress.

When the news broke, some netizens slammed the company for such a reward and questioned the company’s stand on morality. It is a common occurrence for some established companies in China to dole out cash and cars to its outstanding workers during appreciation dinners.

Let’s look at 8 most ridiculous year-end bonuses for 2013 (mainly from China):

1) $1.05 million bonus

Miss Xu, a real estate salesperson in Shandong, China, sold more that 100 houses worth a total of 399 million yuan (S$84 million) last year. Dubbed the queen of real estate sales, Miss Xu was awarded 5 million yuan (S$1.05 million) as a year-end bonus. She is now known for earning the highest individual bonus in China.

2) Luxury cars

An IT company in Shenzhen generously rewarded 10 of its best employees with Mercedes-Benz cars. Another firm in Yancheng which supplies anti-radiation suits also gave out Cadillacs to employees.

3) Gold bars

A Shengyang boss reportedly spent millions on gold bars for employees as year-end bonuses. Ever since the story of his generous gift broke, several companies in China followed suit, and handed out gold bars from 3kg to 5kg in weight to its employees.

4) Best salary letter ever

An online photo being circulated shows a company letter stating that the firm is offering its employees multiple perks. This includes 35 days of leave; a 10,000 Yuan (S$2,100) activities fund; financial reimbursements for ‘hardship’ endured taking the train; and rental of an iPad Air.

5) ‘Don’t come to work!’

According to online reports, an Australian firm issued a year-end bonus condition to its employees – If they wanted a bonus, they would have to lay off work on New Year’s day.  The firm had probably come up with the condition to avoid having to pay employees a higher rate of their salaries for working during the public holiday.

6) 2 smart phones

A company reportedly gave each employee 2 sets of 4g mobile phones as a bonus. Internet sources state that some employees were disappointed to find out they were not getting cash, and had to cut down on expenses as a result.

7) Phone and SIM cards

A telecommunications firm is rumoured to have given its employees 5 mobile phones worth 1,000 Yuan each (with SIM cards in them). The catch? Employees are not allowed to set the phones to a different network other than the one they work at.

8) Milk

Yes Milk and a sales target mission to go with it

Credits: AsiaOne News

Speaking of which…it’s predicted that my year end bonus will only come just before CNY or slightly after. Boo..I wan a gold bar too! T__T~

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