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Company Fires Worker "Without Reason" and Pays Her Over $1,300 Severance In Coins, Weighing 130 Pounds

By Michael Martin of Best Life | Slide 1 of 6: When employees leave a company, things don't always run smoothly. In the exit process, drama and recriminations can ensue. But a Chinese company recently took pettiness to a whole new level: They've been reprimanded by a court for paying a terminated employee's $1,400 severance entirely in coins. They weighed more than 130 pounds. Read on to find out how the court felt about that, and what happened in a similar case in the U.S. earlier this year.

Company Fires Worker "Without Reason" and Pays Her Over $1,300 Severance In Coins, Weighing 130 Pounds

When employees leave a company, things don't always run smoothly. In the exit process, drama and recriminations can ensue. But a Chinese company recently took pettiness to a whole new level: They've been reprimanded by a court for paying a terminated employee's $1,400 severance entirely in coins. They weighed more than 130 pounds. Read on to find out how the court felt about that, and what happened in a similar case in the U.S. earlier this year.

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