Computer engineers working for Chinese internet start-ups typically work from 9 a.m. to 9 p. m., six days a week. Reporter Huang Jinping discusses recent protests against this work schedule that may push readers and possibly HR professionals to reflect on work–life balance.
About the Author
Huang Jinping is a reporter for Southern Weekly, which The New York Times has called “China’s most influential liberal newspaper”.
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