Chinese leading electric vehicle maker NIO became a central topic on Chinese social media over the weekend after a former intern said she was sexually assaulted and then treated unfairly while working at the company.
A statement by Jinan police on August 14 revealed that after investigating an Alibaba Group employee's sexual assault allegation against her boss, they didn't find evidence of rape. At present, the case is undergoing further scrutiny.
The Alibaba Group on Thursday announced that a new internal team called "ALI-WE" has been created to examine and eradicate inappropriate workplace behavior reported by employees.
In the early morning of August 9, Alibaba’s CEO Daniel Zhang told employees in a memo that a male employee recently accused of rape in what has become a high-profile national case is to be fired.
An employee of Alibaba accused her supervisor of sexually assaulting her during a business trip. Alibaba's CEO Daniel Zhang apologized for the company's sluggish response at the beginning.
Workplace harassment happens everyday, but often it goes unnoticed. Recently, high-profile singer Yamy posted comments made by her boss on Weibo, sparking a fresh debate about an age-old problem.