E-commerce company JD.com has drawn public attention by taking its employees on a tour of a Beijing prison to teach them the value of freedom and the peril of corruption, according to an official JD WeChat account called lianjian JD, which means JD against corruption, on Thursday.
According to the post, the company took employees from its public affairs department to visit the No.1 Beijing Detention Center on Wednesday. There, they were told of the legal cost of corruption by going through the prison cells and watching documentaries.
JD.com is known for its regulation of internal corruption, and it has a “zero-tolerance” attitude towards any form of corruption, according to the post.
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