The Company is also improving its “Family Care Fund” plan for the Restaurant Management Team (RMT) and Food Service Team Leaders, increasing critical illness insurance coverage under the plan. for 150,000 RMB, while providing access to certain expedited medical services to eligible employees and their families. The newly enhanced benefits are expected to cover more than 60,000 RMT employees and their families, as well as 26,000 food service team leaders, helping them mitigate the financial risks of critical illness.
“The Company is extremely grateful to our Restaurant Managers for their diligence and agility on the front lines of our restaurants, especially while facing the challenges of Covid-19. Through their dedication, Yum China has been able to provide customers with uninterrupted access to meals and excellent service while supporting the community in difficult times, ”said Joey vat, CEO of Yum China. “Employee satisfaction is the key to customer satisfaction. Therefore, it is the responsibility of our company to create a working environment for employees guided by our principle of fairness, care and pride, as well as to take steps to protect their families. “
Yum China has always adhered to a “people first” philosophy, ensuring that the health and well-being of employees is the company’s top priority. In addition, the Company continues to increase its investments in protecting the health of employees and their families. The enhanced medical insurance package for RGMs covers a wide range of mild and severe illnesses, providing better support in the face of the challenge of high medical expenses.
In 2018, Yum China launched the “Family Care Program” for RGMs. In 2020, the Company launched the “Family Care Fund” for RMT employees, which entitles them to additional critical illness coverage for their parents as well as additional accident insurance coverage for their children and spouses. This system goes beyond the others on the market by increasing the age limit to 75 years for parents of employees and 22 years for their children. In december 2020, the fund has been expanded to also provide critical illness coverage for food service team leaders.
The recently announced Benefits Upgrade is the latest manifestation of Yum China’s long-standing commitment to its RGM No.1 corporate culture. The company believes that RGMs are the most important leaders of Yum China and play a key role in the long term success of the company. Yum China not only provides employees with competitive salaries and benefits, but also ensures that employees share in the success of the company. After becoming an independent listed company in 2016, Yum China announced that it would award RSUs worth US $ 2,000 to each qualified RGM. Following its secondary listing in Hong Kong in 2020, the Company awarded additional assessed RSUs to US $ 3,000 to eligible RGMs. To date, a total of 14,000 RGMs have received RSUs.
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About Yum China Holdings, Inc.
Yum China Holdings, Inc. is a licensee of Yum! Brands in metropolitan France China. It has exclusive rights on the continent China at KFC, from China the leading fast food brand, Pizza Hut, the leading casual dining brand in China, and Taco Bell, a Californiachain of restaurants serving innovative Mexican-inspired cuisine. Yum China also owns the Little Sheep, Huang Ji Huang, East Dawning and COFFii & JOY pure and simple concepts. Additionally, Yum China has partnered with Lavazza to explore and develop the Lavazza coffee concept by China. The Company had 11,415 restaurants in more than 1,600 cities at the end of September 2021. Yum China ranked 363 on the Fortune 500 list and was named to the TIME100 list of most influential companies in 2021. Yum China was selected as a member of the two Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI): Global Index and emerging markets index. In 2021, Yum China was named to the Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index and was certified Top Employer 2021 in China by the Top Employers Institute, both for the third consecutive year. For more information, please visit http://ir.yumchina.com.
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