low annual salary which when divided by the hours
worked by an employee, calculates as equal to or less than minimum
used for non-management roles in salary-orientated business to make workers unaware
that they are being paid minimum
wage, or less than minimum
The term is derived from the fact
send their manufacturing work
over to China, to get extremely cheap labour.
in workplaces where an "extra duties" or "extra hours
" clause is present in employee's contracts, requiring
them to work
sporadic additional hours
without additional pay.
Fairly common, but goes unnoticed when salaries are not increased over the years.
Worker 1: I don't know why Chris says the company
doesn't appreciate him, he works really hard, how can they not be appreciating him?
Worker 2: Didn't you know? He's on a China Salary.