Ma Huateng has to hand out red envelopes to his employees every year, which is nothing new. But recently, a big red envelope from little brother Ma shocked countless netizens again. In order to motivate employees to work harder in the future, Ma Huateng decided to take 2% of the company's equity as the incentive plan. Based on the current share price of the company in Hong Kong, 2% equity is equivalent to HK $64.8 billion, and the plan is effective within 15 years.
It is reported that anyone who is a member company of Tencent group, any employee, expert, consultant, agent of investment entity and business partner, including administrative personnel, senior staff and directors, is qualified for the share incentive plan.
In fact, Tencent had previously proposed employee share plans in 2007 and 2013, respectively, when it planned to grant no more than 2% and 3% of the total shares at that time.
Tencent's generosity seems to be more than just stock incentives, but also a "hidden and undisclosed" rise in wages. According to a recent report, Tencent's unaudited financial report for the third quarter as of September 30, 2019, released on November 14, shows that the total remuneration cost of Tencent in the third quarter is 13.58 billion yuan. According to the simple conversion of 60860 employees at the end of the third quarter, the average remuneration of Tencent's employees in the third quarter is 223100 yuan, with an average monthly salary of 74400 yuan, up from the second quarter Nearly 1700 yuan, an increase of nearly 300 yuan compared with the first half of the year. Compared with the first six months, Tencent employees' average monthly salary is 71800 yuan, an average increase of 2600 yuan, or 3.6%!
In addition, Ma Huateng's practice of motivating employees has a habit that has lasted for more than 20 years, that is, after the new year's start-up profits (red envelopes). It is reported that on the first day after the new year in 2019, more than 4000 Tencent employees rushed back to Shenzhen headquarters to ask Ma Zong, the boss, for "profit". What's more interesting is that one of the employees arrived at the office downstairs at 8:00 p.m. the previous day and waited for 7 hours. Finally, he got the first number plate at 3:00 a.m. the next day, and at about 9:30 a.m. the next day, he received the red envelope issued by the executive. It has to be said that Ma Huateng does have a set of management.
Every year Tencent sends a red envelope to start work, and Ma's presence in person will cause a lot of attention on the Internet. In the middle of February this year, the news that "which house is going to start red envelopes? 4000 people are queuing up for Ma Huateng's red envelopes" once swiped the screen in the circle of friends.
On the eighth day of the first month, as Tencent continued its tradition of 21 years of construction, more than 4000 Tencent employees rushed back to Shenzhen Binhai building, the company's new headquarters building, and "teased" executives such as Ma Huateng.
In order to rank first, the first to receive boss Ma's red envelope, some employees will even arrive at the office building one night in advance, wait for 7 hours, get the number 001 card, and get the start-up red envelope from senior managers at about 9:30 am the next day, which takes nearly 13 hours.
In any case, no matter whether it's the red envelope for construction or the "red envelope" for equity incentive, they all have an enviable general designation, which is called other people's company.
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