An employee surnamed Zhang from Jinhua, Zhejiang Province, China, said that his boss placed a pile of money on the table saying that people would get their bonuses based on how much they drink.
“Men were given 500 yuan ($92) for a shot of liquor, 200 yuan for a glass of red wine and 100 yuan for a beer. Women were given twice as much money for consuming the same amounts,” Zhang told the Global Times. “We worked hard all year only to learn our bonuses would be decided by our alcohol tolerance. It was absolutely unfair to people who can’t drink much.”
The boss said that the company’s business success was rooted in employees being able to hold their liquor with clients. …
Legal experts said there are no laws related to the distribution of year-end bonuses, which is determined at the discretion of employers.
I’d go for the shots. Wouldn’t be too hard to make 10,000 yuan. The average wage is around 3,500 yuan a month so that is a bonus of three months’ salary.
I wouldn’t implement that scheme in my company though. We have far too many students from Hamilton to risk that!