The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel

China: Good Manners: Red Envelopes For Employees


You will make a huge social gaffe in China if you are an employer and fail to give cash gifts to your workers at this time.
The huge corporations in China are already onto this.  They had the money to do the proper research before they set up shop in Asia.
This is not whimsically done, and you do not walk around like Santa Claus favouring the workers you like or do not like, or those who are women or men, or operate on emotional bias.
All those under you at whatever level you are in the corporate hierarchy are given this red envelope.  It is a sort of bonus for loyalty to you, for working for you for a year,
I was first told of this custom  by an Australian friend who was a manager at the Jockey Club in Macao; he rolled his eyes at the outlay of money to people whom he hardly knew and to whom he rarely spoke with.
Remember what Christian countries think of people who are cheap, mean or petty at Christmas time!
Again, ask a group of Chinese friend for further advice.

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