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Post time 2010-3-10 10:30:01 |Display all floors
The hige salary of SOE-STATE Owned Enterprise has been on the spotlight again,
the following survey just limited the interviewees into the SOEs, where the workers salary is much higher than those of private enterprises.  So if we look at the disparity between the executives of SOE and the worker in Private Owned enterprises, the gap is certainly bigger than the current one


The income disparity between top executives and front-line workers has deteriorated since 2006, according to a survey by the All China Federation of Trade Unions (ACFTU), Xinhua reported Tuesday.

At 208 State-owned enterprises perused in the survey, top executives' income in 2008 was 18 times higher than that of general workers, said Zhang Shiping, an ACFTU official and a member of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conferences (CPPCC) National Committee, during a CPPCC panel discussion Tuesday in Beijing.

Adding to the inequity, payments for 14.4 percent workers were delayed and overtime work was a rampant tall order for 60.2 percent employees in 2009.

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Post time 2010-3-10 10:40:34 |Display all floors
pls compare that to an amerikan CEO/CFO la
What's on your mind now........ooooooooooooooo la la....Kind Regards

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Post time 2010-3-10 10:53:01 |Display all floors

Reply #1 tamson's post

I think it's normal to be paid up to 30x than the basic worker's salary or Rmb1,000,000 in Malaya!

so, i guess we have to understand socialist issues!
China needs to build up number of entrepreuners, family enterprises gets higher income on the per capita basis than just an employed worker! 4 million registered businesses! Goodness gracious - how would people dare to undertake risky business without the protection of a capital limited legal entity!!!!

This is pretty crucial come post 2018!


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Post time 2010-3-10 10:58:45 |Display all floors
Thanks for this "unconvenient" post!

Yes, it's  DISGUSTING: workers make far more hard work than executives.

Another example: in my country, the average ratio between workers/boss salary was 1/20 in the 80's, now its 1/520 !

How can the world become stable with such unequality?

I suggest  those who can get the information to let us now how the ratio I mentonned here evoluate since 20 years.

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Post time 2010-3-10 11:09:59 |Display all floors

Reply #4 yasawakic's post

Which cuntry is that?

I have another question!
How do you spend (1) US$1,000 a month, (2) US$10,000 a month, (3) US$100,000 a month, (4) US$1,000,000 a month!

What do people do with an income of US$500 million a year?
Do they keep it in cash or.........

Please answer this questions!

ha ha ha


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Post time 2010-3-10 11:10:43 |Display all floors
Originally posted by greendragon at 2010-3-10 10:53
I think it's normal to be paid up to 30x than the basic worker's salary or Rmb1,000,000 in Malaya!

so, i guess we have to understand socialist issues!
China needs to build up number of entrepre ...



tamson cannot understandu GD la, King of Briberies
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Post time 2010-3-10 11:13:10 |Display all floors

Reply #6 caringhk's post

MOTIVATION factors!

Cash is one benefit! There are others!

Anybody heard of Maslow?


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