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Chinese Company Forces Employees To Crawl On Road As Punishment For Failing To Meet Target





Companies demand a certain performance from their employees. Most firms have clear goals and targets for their employees which act as an indicator of their efficiency and performance.

With that said, not meeting the company’s year-end target is understandably upsetting. However, one Chinese company took this disappointment to a whole new level.

Workers from a Chinese company were recently forced to crawl on the road as punishment for failing to hit their year-end targets. The staff was on all fours as they made their way through the busy traffic with a man walking ahead of them holding a flag.

Pedestrians of the city in eastern China were shocked by the scene as they stopped to watch the employees moving forward on their hands and knees. All the employees who were made to crawl were women working for a company that sells beauty products.

Witnesses called the police and they demanded the boss to stop the punishment instantly. The local authorities even made the company shut down temporarily.

The video garnered a lot of attention for the wrong reasons. People were outraged after seeing the humiliating footage. They criticized the firm for giving employees a very degrading punishment.

Shockingly, this is not the first time that Chinese employees have been punished and humiliated by their company. Last year, a video of employees being slapped multiple times for poor performance went viral on the internet.

As expected, these incidents invited severe criticism and sparked anger online. Some were demanding these companies to be closed down, while others targeted the employees for silently accepting such kind of behavior.

China has laws forbidding humiliating punishments for workers such as this. Unfortunately, despite the existing law, a lot of companies are still doing these bizarre tactics in recent years.

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