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INTERNATIONAL: Video showing Chinese bank employees being spanked for poor performance sparks outrage

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bank-beatINEWS GUYANA – A video has surfaced online showing staff at a Chinese bank being publicly spanked for poor performance during a training session, sparking outrage.

The video, first posted by the People’s Daily, shows a trainer asking eight employees why they did not “exceed themselves” at training.

He then spanks them with what looks like a stick. Reports say he later also cut and shaved their hair. Two executives at the bank have been suspended.

The incident took place at a training session for more than 200 employees at Changzhi Zhangze Rural Commercial Bank in northern China on Saturday.

The trainer, Jiang Yang, has issued an apology, saying the spanking was “a training model I have tried for years” and had not been instigated by executives at the bank.


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  1. Just try the new model of training on them.

  2. OH wow. That's...........something else. But they won't dare try that with we Caribbean people. They would get a beat down before the 1st whip land.

  3. Someone should deal with the person whose idea it was to administer a $25 dollar monthly fee at Royal Bank of Canada

    • that person at rbc needs to be spanked too.

      • Then I guess the Canadians in for plenty spankings. LOL

        This charge was applied to other RBC branches in the region.
        Unfortunate though.

        They might soon realize that this strategy might not be a one size fits all situation. It might work in some islands but might not be suitable for others.

        Perhaps too they need to be more aggressive in their loans, or make it easier for persons to qualify for loans, which would lead to an increase in revenues.
        Such draconian measures might cause persons and their relatives to avoid RBC all together, and that includes going to them for a loan.

        We will see.


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