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  • Video: Cheeky punishment for bottom performers leaves China bank red-faced - Hong Kong Free Press

    Video: Cheeky punishment for bottom performers leaves China bank red-faced - Hong Kong Free Press;

    Footage of Chinese bank staff being spanked for poor performance at a training session has gone viral, triggering public anger and the suspension of the bank's boss, reports said Tuesday. The video showed eight employees — four men and four women ...and more »

  • Bank employees get spanked on stage for not exceeding expectations at sadistic training seminar - Shanghaiist

    A shocking video of employees at a Rural Commercial Bank in Changzhi, Shanxi province, getting spanked on stage for not "exceeding themselves" has gone viral online, sparking outrage about how employers in China treat their employees and abuse their ...and more »

  • Chinese Bank Spanks Workers, and the Internet Gives It a Flogging - New York Times

    BEIJING — The training session started with a harsh public shaming. A performance coach took to the stage and asked eight employees at a Chinese bank to explain to a room of their peers why they had fallen short. “I didn't cooperate well,” a woman said.and more »

  • Video shows staff at China bank being spanked - Telegraph.co.uk

    Video shows staff at China bank being spanked - Telegraph.co.uk;

    The president of a Chinese bank has been suspended after a video emerged showing bank employees clearly distressed and in pain being publicly spanked at a company training session. The clip shows a man, who reportedly charges more than £10,000 for ...and more »

  • Video Shows Bank Employees Being Spanked And Shaved For 'Poor Performance' - Huffington Post UK

    Video Shows Bank Employees Being Spanked And Shaved For 'Poor Performance' - Huffington Post UK;

    Bank employees deemed to have performed poorly in their jobs have been filmed being spanked and having their heads shaved. Footage shows eight employees of Changzhi Zhangze Rural Commercial Bank, in China's northern Shanxi province, being ...and more »

  • Outcry after Chinese bank staff publicly spanked on training course - South China Morning Post

    Outcry after Chinese bank staff publicly spanked on training course - South China Morning Post;

    Two executives from a bank in northwestern China have been suspended from work after a video was circulated on the internet showing staff getting publicly spanked for performing poorly in a training class. The video, apparently filmed on a mobile phone ...and more »

  • Employees spanked for incompetence - Boing Boing

    Employees spanked for incompetence - Boing Boing;

    Inept employees at a business in China were publicly spanked for their poor performance, reports People's Daily. In video captured on cellphone, a manager is seen upbraiding staff, lined up on stage before their colleagues at Chinese Rural Commercial ...and more »

  • Chinese bank staff beaten for poor performance on course - The Guardian

    Chinese bank staff beaten for poor performance on course - The Guardian;

    A motivational trainer in China beat eight rural bank employees with a stick, shaved the heads of the men and cut the hair of the women after they performed poorly on a training weekend. “Spanking was a training model I have been exploring for many ...and more »

  • Video shows China bank employees being spanked - BBC News

    Video shows China bank employees being spanked - BBC News;

    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 ...and more »

  • Watch: Viral video of Chinese bank's employees being spanked sparks outcry - Daily News & Analysis

    Two executives of the Zhangze Rural Commercial Bank, including the President, were suspended following a video that went viral showing the trainees of the bank being spanked for not performing well. The video initially shared on Twitter by People's ...and more »