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Q: How far can you go when dealing with disobedient employees?

I had one of my employee that forgot to say Milord, after asking me a question. You got to keep them in line by reminding them the rules. I yelled a bit at him, then let it go, as he was bowing his head in shame. But I was wondering... how far can you go? Is it legal to mentally pressure him, or do China call it "harassment" too? There's a thin line between the two, and i was wondering how thick it was in China

And is corporal punishment totally illegal, or would it be possible, to, say, hypothetically, hit the fingertips with a wooden stick?

9 years 10 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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come on dear the era of kings and queen has finished and all those glorising words for them, me lord and your highness... those they are used in movies but forcing your employee to do that, come thats emotional torture he or she will not work properly or discuss some matter free and frankly, though give alot of deal to employee is not good but things like these can make them upset. you seems to be having good personality but pleaseeeee...........

be cool.... find respect with love not by force........ Smile

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You yelled at your employee just because he forgot to call you "Milord"? That's really strange.

You know Chinese people can not divide work to life so apart. They will really confused by a man who dance on table after work while required to be treated like a King during work time. People will do not know how to go on with you.

Maybe you should talk with them like freinds, that might make both of you feel better.

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Ha Ha. Try hitting me with a stick. You would soon need dental work...

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