Company Makes Work More Voluntary

Not in the mood to work today? OK, you can get one day off. This is a policy newly introduced by a private enterprise in Fenghua of Zhejiang Province, which declared that employees could be allowed not to work if they said that they were down but still be paid as usual.

According to an official of the toughened glass manufacturer, the policy aimes to stimulate employees concentrating on work during the work hours.

It was predicted that the enterprise would produce 50,000 to 60,000 fewer pieces of inferior glass annually after the introduction of the policy.

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