English version

golden handcuffs

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgolden handcuffsˌgolden ˈhandcuffs noun [plural] informal  things such as a large salary or a good pension that make important workers want to continue working for an organization, rather than leave to work for a competing organization
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golden handcuffsCompany pensions were the golden handcuffs which chained staff to a company.
From Longman Business Dictionarygolden handcuffsˌgolden ˈhandcuffs noun [plural]HUMAN RESOURCES things that make important employees stay with a company rather than going to work for a COMPETITORCompany pensions were the golden handcuffs which chained staff to a company.
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