Chinese company threatens Employees to fire on extra marital affairs

Web DeskJune 20, 20235044 min
Chinese company threatens Employees to fire on extra marital affairs

“We hope that all staff can have correct love values and try to become good employees with four ‘Nos’ – no illicit relationship, no mistress, no extramarital affair, and no divorce,” the company said in a statement.

A Zhejiang-based Chinese corporation has just established a “extramarital affairs prohibition” policy that applies to all married employees and forbids them from cheating on their partners or face termination.

The extramarital affairs rule, which is now part of the written company rules, surprised many people around the world; however, the company claims that the rule will help create a corporate culture that fosters loyalty and love between family members, allowing employees to perform much better at work.

“To strengthen the company’s inner management, to advocate a corporate culture of being loyal to family and love between a husband and wife, to better protect the family and focus on work, all employees who are married are barred from vicious behaviours like having an extramarital affair or keeping a mistress,” the company stated in its document.

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“Anyone found breaking this rule will be fired.” “We hope that all employees can have proper love values and strive to be good employees with four ‘Nos’ – no illicit relationship, no mistress, no extramarital affair, and no divorce,” the business added.

The extramarital affairs law quickly became a topic of debate throughout social media platforms, with most people wondering or attempting to figure out what compelled the firm to declare such an extreme move.

While most people deemed the regulation to be excessive, some defended it, claiming that the firm was correct to enact the extramarital affairs law. What are your thoughts on the subject? Let us know in the comments section below!

Another similar case and termination over extramarital affairs was reported in a Chinese state-owned oil company, where a senior executive was fired after being filmed holding hands with a woman who was not his wife.

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