This might indicate something: The graph below shows an index of Chinese Internet searches for the word layoff. Notice where it is now compared to 2008 and other recent economic slowdowns.
LOL. The Chinese do not have “layoffs” like they have in the States. You are bound by contract. If there isn’t any work, the company is obligated to keep you on as “overhead” until the end of your contract.
posted on 02/24/2019 8:04:55 PM PST
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To: vannrox; AmericanInTokyo
@vannrox: LOL. The Chinese do not have layoffs like they have in the States. You are bound by contract. If there isnt any work, the company is obligated to keep you on as overhead until the end of your contract.
Not according to 环球时报 (that I assume you know is published by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China):
Mass layoffs in Chinese internet companies hint at sectors growth toward quality and efficiency http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1133399.shtml
A friendly advise: If you want to spread false statements do not write things that can be investigated.
posted on 02/25/2019 1:41:02 AM PST
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