Some Chinese entrepreneurs still believe success depends on long working hours and scrimping on employee benefits. Photo: Bloomberg Some Chinese entrepreneurs still believe success depends on long working hours and scrimping on employee benefits. Photo: Bloomberg
Some Chinese entrepreneurs still believe success depends on long working hours and scrimping on employee benefits. Photo: Bloomberg
Caiwei Chen
Opinion

Opinion

Caiwei Chen

How China’s internet giants have failed the country’s youth

  • China’s shiniest tech companies could use some soul-searching on the welfare of their young employees
  • Healthy and dignified workers are key to the healthy and sustainable development of China’s tech sector

Some Chinese entrepreneurs still believe success depends on long working hours and scrimping on employee benefits. Photo: Bloomberg Some Chinese entrepreneurs still believe success depends on long working hours and scrimping on employee benefits. Photo: Bloomberg
Some Chinese entrepreneurs still believe success depends on long working hours and scrimping on employee benefits. Photo: Bloomberg
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Caiwei Chen

Caiwei Chen

Caiwei Chen is a freelance journalist and writer who is interested in culture, tech and their intersections in today's China. Her words have been seen on Rolling Stone, Vice China, SupChina, Technode, Pingwest, Pandaily, the Beijinger and more.