A CCB outlet may pay salaries on behalf of an organization by opening a deposit account for each employee of the organization and depositing the employee’s salary into his or her account. The employee may withdraw his or her salary by presenting a bankbook.
If an organization intends to have CCB pay salaries on its behalf, it must sign an agreement with a CCB outlet, which defines each party’s obligations and resolutions for possible problems;
after signing the agreement, the organization only needs to provide CCB outlet with a check for the current month’s salaries, the salary of each employee, and a data disk two days before the pay day.
A CCB outlet may charge the organization that opens this service in CCB a certain amount of fees on the basis of the number of employees or total amount of salaries.
CCB will not charge small-amount-account management fees for the deposit account of this type.