Recently, traveler ldquo; Hua has lost his golden hoop stick. Rdquo; has released the latest documentary "going to Sea", which tells the story of Chinese boss Uncle Li coming out of a big domestic factory to start a business in Vietnam to search for gold.
The working style of the workers there is quite the same & ldquo; Tai Chi & rdquo;, is very happy every day, arriving at the office after 10 o'clock, eating on time at 12:00 and then taking a lunch break, getting up after 2 o'clock, chatting at 04:30, getting off work on time at 05:30, working five hours a day at the most, and being slow all the time.
Uncle Li admits that he seems to be the only one in the company who is melancholy and anxious. In the past, the code of conduct of big factories has hit cotton with every punch.
Vietnamese pay attention to leisure and family life, they think that work is for life, not life for work. This cultural difference has led some companies from China to face a thorny problem in Vietnam: employees are unwilling to work overtime.
In terms of working hours, according to statistics on the average daily working hours in 15 countries, Germany has the shortest daily working hours of 5.2 hours, while China ranks last with an average daily working hours of 9.2 hours, surpassing its Asian neighbors Japan and South Korea.
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