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Henan Public Bus Company Pays Staff Wages With Loose Change

Damaged 1 RMB cash notes that bus riders have deposited as fare in Henan province.

A public bus company in Henan province of China pays its employee wages with the loose bills and coins collected each day as fare.

From NetEase:

Henan Shangqiu mass transit company has paid wages with loose change for 12 consecutive years

It is reported that Henan Shangqiu Public Transportation Limited Company has for the past 12 years used the loose change from the fare collection box to pay workers’ wages. Because the number of people using transportation cards are too few and the bank isn’t willing to accept that much loose change, the company supplies and workers’ wages are all paid from this loose change. According to reports, things like people depositing damaged money, counterfeit money, game tokens, practice money [for bank workers] have happened, causing the company to lose several tens of thousands of yuan every year.

A mass transit bus company in Henan province of China pays its emploee wages with the loose bills and coins collected each day as fare.

March 14, Henan province Shangqiu city, the municipal mass transit company’s staff are receiving their wages, and for the past 12 years have always been receiving [their wages in] small change.

A public bus company in Henan province of China pays its staff wages with the loose bills and coins collected each day as fare.

A public bus company in Henan province of China pays its employee wages with the loose cash and coins collected as fare.

A Chinese public bus transportation company pays its employees and workers with bundles of 1 RMB money notes and 1 RMB coins because the bank refuses to deposit such loose change.

Employees of a Henan public bus company sort through a pile of 1 RMB cash bills in preparation for paying worker wages because the bank refuses to accept such small change.

Damaged 1 RMB cash notes that bus riders have deposited as fare in Henan province.

A worker holds up damaged bills that have been deposited on buses.

Game tokens that some bus riders have deposited as fare in Shangqiu city of Henan province in China.

An employee holds up game tokens that have been deposited on buses.

Comments from NetEase:

1个好朋友 [网易河南省三门峡市网友]:

In Shangqiu, I’m always full of respect for their public bus drivers, because their fanny packs are always look bulging.

长生天保佑 [网易上海市杨浦区网友]:

These wages must feel really good in your hands [because it seems like a lot of money].

网易广东省手机网友 [拉风的名字]:

Motherfucking, each person must be getting several thousand? What kind of work unit is this public bus company? To have such good wages?

网易江苏省镇江市网友:

Are you retarded? The bundles every person is holding…is several thousand? Have some power of observation and common sense, okay?

网易广东省清远市网友 [小李0408]:

This would be easy if it were given to me to deal with! Their bank dares to reject Renminbi? It doesn’t want to live? Banking regulations: Any person including commercial banks cannot refuse to accept RMB! Is loose money not RMB? Have the People’s Bank of China sue the local commercial bank!

网易湖北省网友 [顺水沉舟]:

Damaged money, counterfeit money, game tokens, practice money, here we can see the characters/quality of Henan people.

网易美国手机网友:

Being able to disburse wages this way continuously for 12 years is quite outrageous. How do the staff endure it?

japorn [网易美国网友]:

Ever since I was small, my dream has been to have my pockets full of money and spend every day in the city bling’ing here and there.

傲然05856173 [网易委内瑞拉网友]:

Income not deposited in the bank, paying wages without going through the bank, what kind of conduct is this? Tax evasion!

bwyydp [网易吉林省网友]:

Paying money is still better than owing wages! Look at the smiles on their faces and you know they don’t have high expectations/demand much.

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