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Chinese gaming giant NetEase has reportedly asked staff at its Beijing office to work from home after an employee tested positive for Covid-19. NetEase’s Beijing office is near those of several other major Chinese internet companies including Tencent and ByteDance.
Pinduoduo confirmed the deaths of two young workers recently, sparking debate over a culture of overworking in China’s tech companies. A ‘996’ work schedule of 12 hours a day, six days a week has become an unwritten standard for many of the country’s tech firms.
Pinduoduo faces growing PR storm over death of young worker after conflicting public statements on tragedy
PDD’s first public statement expressed sadness at the death and condolences for the family but a social media post triggered public backlash. Young worker’s death has sparked renewed debate on long-hours culture in the tech industry.
Pinduoduo employee’s death renews controversy over China’s 996 overwork culture, sparking an investigation
News of a Pinduoduo employee’s death went viral online as netizens connected it to the Chinese tech industry’s brutal ‘996’ work schedule. The e-commerce company did not mention the employee’s long working hours, but Shanghai authorities opened an investigation into the company’s labour conditions.
The recent death of a Pinduoduo Inc employee renewed criticism of the long hours commonly practiced at China’s tech companies, which are already under scrutiny by regulators for anti-competitive business practices.
The candy-coloured video game Fall Guys became one of a handful of standout hits of the pandemic, catapulting its British creator out of obscurity.
MELAKA: Ensure the Covid-19 pandemic does not hamper efforts to empower the public sector to be an efficient, transparent and people-friendly service system, says Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin (pic).
MELAKA (Bernama): The challenges to eliminate the Covid-19 pandemic has not hampered efforts to empower the public sector, which is one of the government's main agenda to ensure an efficient, transparent and people-friendly service system, says Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
HONG KONG (Bloomberg): Asia’s head start in the economic recovery from Covid-19 is sending a warning to the rest of the world: inequalities exacerbated by the virus are unlikely to be reversed any time soon.