“People” donated 10 million funds to help employees and their families
Xie Zilong, Chairman of the People's Grand Pharmacy Office, introduced the “Donate Funds”
Li Weiwei and Xie Zilong unveiled the 10 million rescue fund
Dai Hongqiu became the first recipient of the 10 million bailout fund
Red Net Changsha October 27 (Reporter Yu Xiangyang) Dai Hongqiu was 5 years old due to a car accident, left leg osteonecrosis, with disabilities, 15 years of serious study. In 2004, she entered the large pharmacy of the people. During her work, she relied on her colleagues' donations and medical insurance support from the company to do amputation for her left leg and owed more than 20,000 yuan in debt. Today, the People's Large Pharmacy Relief Fund took out 20,000 yuan to help her solve the difficulties.
In the future, employees of the "people" who are as difficult as Dai Hongqiu will receive some help. Today, on the occasion of the sixth anniversary of the pharmacy of the people, they generously donated 10 million yuan to help the hard-working employees and their families. This is the largest amount in China. Corporate Difficulties Relief Fund. Li Weiwei, member of the Standing Committee of the Provincial Party Committee and Minister of the United Front Work Department, unveiled the fund for the 10 million rescue fund.
Through the market means, the large pharmacy of the common people has an annual sales of 4 million yuan from a store at the beginning of its establishment. After six years, it has grown to 124 chain stores nationwide. In 2006, its sales exceeded 2.36 billion yuan, ranking first in the country.
“The 10 million bailout fund is mainly used to help employees of employees or their families who are suffering from difficulties caused by sudden accidents, natural disasters or major medical expenses.” Gu Yiqing, Minister of Human Resources of the People’s Grand Pharmacy, said "The company will set up a fund management committee, and the chairman of the company, Xie Zilong, will serve as the director, adhering to the management principle of 'open and full supervision.'"