In the interest of attracting and retaining talents, WIN regularly reviews the compensation adjustment mechanism as part of the company's operation. In parallel, to cultivate harmony and motivation in the workplace, we offer work and health insurance and have set up a committee to promote various measures of employee wellbeing, including incentive travel, outdoor activities and year-end banquets. WIN complies with statutory requirements, as well as adjustment (e.g. flexible working hours for indirect employees), to ensure harmonious labor relations, so as to protect the rights and interests of all employees.
- Employee dividends and year-end bonuses.
According to Article 18 of the Company's Articles of Incorporation, the company shall allocate 3% to 10% of the annual profits to employees' dividends and year-end bonuses, to stimulate and reward their hard work. Our corporate governance and operations policies are aligned with the Corporate Sustainability (ESG) and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) indicators, and we reward our employees based on their work goals and individual performance.
- Employment, health and community insurance.
In addition to employment and health insurance, we also provide community insurance for all employees, as well as travel insurance for business travelers.
- Incentive travel held depends on the corporate operation.
To enhance employee well-being and work-life balance for our employees, we organize various subsidized events.
- Perk of wedding and funeral.
Based on the employee's tenure, formulate standards for marriage and burial.
- Physical Examination.
Physical check-up for both new comers and current employees.
- Staff meal subsidy.
Staff meal subsidy for all employees.
As of July 1, 2005, WIN has adopted the New Labor Retirement regulations for all employees, which means the company contributes 6% of each monthly salary to staff individual pension accounts in accordance with the Labor Pension Act to guarantee employees' retirement livelihood. The company allocated a total of 8,492,501 yuan for pensions in 2022.