Zhejiang officials threatened to use the social credit system to punish people for changing jobs to frequently. Photo: ImagineChina

Chinese workers could lose social credit for switching jobs too often

  • Zhejiang province considers plan to punish people who frequently change employers by downgrading their social credit score
  • Idea provokes fierce backlash with critics asking whether firms who drive their employees to quit will also face sanctions
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Zhejiang officials threatened to use the social credit system to punish people for changing jobs to frequently. Photo: ImagineChina
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Phoebe Zhang

Phoebe Zhang

Phoebe Zhang is a society reporter with the South China Morning Post. She likes to write human-interest stories and has written many about people living on the fringes of society. She believes there's no story or person that's too small.