Securities companies with a per capita salary and welfare of 400000 ask employees to return the benefits of Mid Autumn Festival many years ago? Here comes the latest response

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 Securities companies with a per capita salary and welfare of 400000 ask employees to return the benefits of Mid Autumn Festival many years ago? Here comes the latest response


Rumor has it that securities companies require employees to return mid autumn benefits

According to the China fund newspaper, the official account of WeChat public in September 30th was vigorous as the mountain. A broker asked employees to return the Mid Autumn Festival benefits many years ago.

Under the news, many messages said it was true, and some netizens said that the a securities company was Zhejiang securities.

Some media also found the complete information content.

Some people feel that the loss is miserable: the key is to send the card, return the cash... I have seen the movie ticket before... Blood loss

Why is there such an operation? There are netizens analysis in the comment area.

Response of Zheshang securities

Its just that the refund time is in late September, which is close to the Mid Autumn Festival, so it is hyped by the relevant media borrowing the Mid Autumn Festival welfare. The relevant people said.

The above-mentioned relevant persons further said that the refund is one of the measures taken by the company to implement audit rectification. In the early stage, the company did not fully understand and implement the relevant provisions on the use of trade union funds. Now, after the external audit found out, the company immediately implemented rectification, which is also a rectification measure to implement the audit results and further standardize the use of trade union funds.

In March this year, Zheshang securities disclosed its performance in 2019. In 2019, Zheshang securities achieved an operating income of 5.659 billion yuan, an increase of 53.17% over the same period of last year; the net profit attributable to the shareholders of the parent company was 968 million yuan, with a year-on-year increase of 31.29%; the net profit attributable to the shareholders of the parent company after deducting non recurring profit and loss was 950 million yuan, with a year-on-year increase of 33.31%.

In 2019, Zheshang securities has 3367 employees, including 2690 employees in the parent company and 677 employees in major subsidiaries. Among all the employees, there are 19 doctors (0.56%), 790 Masters (23.46%), 2161 undergraduates (64.18%) and 397 others (11.79%). In 2019, the employee compensation payable by Zheshang securities was 759 million yuan, which was 716 million yuan in the same period of last year, with a year-on-year increase of 5.99%. In 2019, the cash paid by Zheshang securities to and for employees was 1.327 billion yuan, compared with 1.342 billion yuan in the same period of last year. In 2019, the total annual salary and welfare of Zheshang securities employees is 1.370 billion yuan, and the per capita salary and welfare is 406900 yuan based on the number of employees in service. (source: China Securities Journal, China fund daily, daily economic news) source: 21st century economic report editor in charge: Zhong Qiming_ NF5619

In 2019, Zheshang securities has 3367 employees, including 2690 employees in the parent company and 677 employees in major subsidiaries. Among all the employees, there are 19 doctors (0.56%), 790 Masters (23.46%), 2161 undergraduates (64.18%) and 397 others (11.79%).

In 2019, the employee compensation payable by Zheshang securities was 759 million yuan, which was 716 million yuan in the same period of last year, with a year-on-year increase of 5.99%.

In 2019, the cash paid by Zheshang securities to and for employees was 1.327 billion yuan, compared with 1.342 billion yuan in the same period of last year.

In 2019, the total annual salary and welfare of Zheshang securities employees is 1.370 billion yuan, and the per capita salary and welfare is 406900 yuan based on the number of employees in service.

(source: China Securities Journal, China Fund News, daily economic news)