Netease Sports reported on October 7:
According to local media reports in Brooklyn, Nets owner Cai Chongxin has been paying salaries to the arena staff during the epidemic. Since the outbreak of the epidemic in the United States, it has spent more than 6 million U.S. dollars. The estimated total expenditure by the end of this year will reach 10 million U.S. dollars.
Cai Chongxin is still paying salaries to employees who are not working during the epidemic, which is extremely difficult for business owners. The media reviewed the government report and found that a company under Cai Chongxin's name had been providing funds to these employees.
"Although the stadium has been closed, the company still uses these donations to pay for full-time and
Cai Chongxin was one of the first NBA bosses to announce that they would continue to pay their employees during the suspension, and he was praised by many union leaders. It is understood that his initial commitment was 3 months, then it was extended again in June, and now it has been extended again.
The report pointed out that on September 25, "the company notified the collective bargaining unit representing part-time employees that due to the continuing impact of the new crown epidemic, the company will provide subsidies to part-time employees until the last week of the 2020 calendar year."
该报告指出，“ 9月25日，“公司通知代表兼职员工的集体谈判单位，由于新的王冠流行病的持续影响，公司将向兼职员工提供补贴，直到该职位的最后一周为止。 2020日历年。”
If the payment remains the same, the cost of payment by the end of this year will be around US$10 million.