'If you do not work 12 hours a day, six days a week do not even dismiss your claim :: China's wealthiest Jack Ma, is confirming $ 32bn is calling on the deadly working culture of the Alibaba giants.
- Jack Ma, who founded Alibaba, has praised his 72-hour week
- Staff in the company are expected to work from 9am to 9pm six days a week
- The billionaire has pityed those who are not allowed into these times
China's richest man has praised the long hours expected by staff in high-tech companies like big greetings; for young workers.
Jack Ma, who established the Alibaba online marketplace, protected the agenda; the company – which expect staff to enter 12-hour shifts between 9am and 9pm in a six-day week.
Of the 168 hours a week, it is expected that Alibaba staff will cost at least 72 of them while they are working.
The Chinese richest man said their workers were “fortunate” to work 72 hours a week
Ma was considering the lack of work-life balance among senior Chinese staff.
He told the staff: 39> I believe it is possible to make a good blessing for 996! he said in the post on the company's WeChat account.
“Many companies and many people don't have the opportunity to work 996. If you don't work 996 when you are young, when do you work 996? # 39;
This case has contributed to online discussion and complaints about some platforms, where staff have highlighted examples of excessive requests for some companies.
Ma, who was previously an English teacher who co-founded Alibaba in 1999 and is now one of the wealthiest people in China, said he and his staff would be early in their long hours.
“In this world, everyone wants to succeed, they want a good life, they want to be respected,” said Ma.
'Let me ask all, if you don't add more time and energy than others, how can you achieve the success you want?'
Ma has mentioned the tech industry today where there are some people who are unemployed, or are looking to work with companies.
“Compared to them, right up to the day, I'm still lucky, I don't regret (working 12 hours), I wouldn't be changing this part for me,” he said.
It is expected that Alibaba will work from 9am to 9pm six days a week. He said it was a great blessing. was the 72-hour week.
This month Microsoft activated GitHub, a online database site, a project called '996.ICU & # 39'; where technical workers listed on Alibaba have found some of the worst working conditions among firms.
On Thursday there was an argument published in a state newspaper arguing that 996 Chinese Labor law broke, which says that average working hours can be no longer than 40 hours a week.
Not only will the creation of a physical culture help to encourage more time; help with basic business competitiveness, it could block and disrupt innovation from a company, 'the author wrote anonymous in People' s Daily.
Who is Jack Ma? The Chinese richest the planet
The founder and Chairman of Jack Ma Alibaba Group can be seen at the “Teachers and Rural Leaders Ma Maun” Award on 13th January, 2019 in Sanya, China
Jack was a Chinese entrepreneur who was awakened by money and became a teacher of English when he sent him $ 60,000 (£ 45,000) to start a Chinese trading company Alibaba in 1999.
Forty years later Alibaba is an internet juggernaut and Ma is among the wealthiest people in the world.
Alibaba Group brings in Tmall.com for consumer businesses and Taobao, the biggest online consumer market that is visiting China with hundreds of millions of products and services. listing.
The company has now invested in online payments and films, and has been investing in a series of initiatives, including initiatives. T sales of bricks and-mortar, cloud computing, food delivery and advertising.
He holds a table in the popular Twitter-other popular platform in China and in 2015 purchased his paper Morning Morning Morning.
Ma, who often has the Chinese name Ma Yun, is often said to be something of a devastating entrepreneur, giving his university tuition to look after him trade.
Seeing small businesses the chance to buy and sell their products online, it started Alibaba, then running the company out of his home in the Hangzhou commodity city, where his headquarters are. The company remains.
He has created a strong sense of loyalty amongst his staff and customers, making comparisons with Steve Jobs, a co-founder who is late on Apple, although he uses a more open style of management.
He is one of the most extraordinary boys that form billions of pounds, which showcases dance dance which inspired Michael Jackson at the company's 18-year anniversary event last year, and features in line with a short kung film itself.
Last September, the tycoon published its plan for a gradual retirement in 2019 to focus its time on philanthropy.