After Tencent said it would give some employees a bonus of 100 shares of stock, Kuaishou said it would do the same. Tech companies are looking for new incentives to keep talent in an industry facing increased competition in China. Photo: Reuters After Tencent said it would give some employees a bonus of 100 shares of stock, Kuaishou said it would do the same. Tech companies are looking for new incentives to keep talent in an industry facing increased competition in China. Photo: Reuters
After Tencent said it would give some employees a bonus of 100 shares of stock, Kuaishou said it would do the same. Tech companies are looking for new incentives to keep talent in an industry facing increased competition in China. Photo: Reuters
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High-flying internet firms, including Tencent and Kuaishou, hand out stock and other bonuses ahead of Lunar New Year amid competition for top talent

  • Tencent and Kuaishou are giving some workers 100 shares of stock worth thousands of dollars ahead of the Lunar New Year as tech firms compete for talent
  • Huawei and gaming companies like Lilith Games and Yoozoo also offer bonuses and incentives in stark contrast to other industries hurting from the pandemic

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After Tencent said it would give some employees a bonus of 100 shares of stock, Kuaishou said it would do the same. Tech companies are looking for new incentives to keep talent in an industry facing increased competition in China. Photo: Reuters After Tencent said it would give some employees a bonus of 100 shares of stock, Kuaishou said it would do the same. Tech companies are looking for new incentives to keep talent in an industry facing increased competition in China. Photo: Reuters
After Tencent said it would give some employees a bonus of 100 shares of stock, Kuaishou said it would do the same. Tech companies are looking for new incentives to keep talent in an industry facing increased competition in China. Photo: Reuters
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