Original title: China Unicom's mixed recruitment and talent remuneration level is in line with the market.
Suo Han Xue
Shao Guanglu, deputy general manager of China Unicom, told China Business News at the recently concluded first China International Import Exposition that the joint venture company that is recruiting talents in the process of mixing and reforming "will introduce talents with high salaries and bring them into line with the market".
Earlier, the reporter learned that Unicom has begun to recruit talents for strategic cooperation centers established with Alibaba, Baidu, Tencent and Jingdong.
Strategic cooperation center with BAT
"Unicom will be very open to introducing talents through mixed reform," Shao Guanglu said. "Talents will be introduced with high salaries, and salaries will be in line with the market."
In August 2017, China Unicom announced the reform of mixed ownership. Wang Xiaochu, chairman of China Unicom, announced at the performance conference that he would introduce several strategic investors, including Tencent, Baidu, Jingdong and Alibaba, to subscribe for China Unicom A shares.
One year later, the effect of mixed ownership announced by Unicom mainly focused on "continuing to promote Internet contact cooperation with Tencent, Alibaba, Baidu, Jingdong, Drop and other companies, effectively reaching new users, especially the youth market, with low cost and thin subsidies" and "exploring the construction of new retail pilot doors". The store, in combination with Alibaba, Suning, Jingdong and Tencent, relies on big data capabilities, enriches the categories of stores, and strengthens the mutual drainage between online and offline, which has a significant effect on business development.
Reporters from Unicom insiders learned that Unicom will carry out 5G market development and in-depth cooperation with Alibaba, Baidu, Tencent and Jingdong. Subsequently, China Unicom continued to exert its strength in the 5G market and concentrated on the construction of 5G base stations.
Reporters learned that in the 5G area, Unicom and Alibaba, Baidu, Tencent, Jingdong and Huawei are setting up strategic cooperation centers and have started recruitment.
In order to set up a strategic cooperation center, the talents needed include solution manager, senior architect, senior R&D manager, cooperative development manager and so on.
Because the above-mentioned talents are in urgent need of talents in the market, Internet companies often pay high salaries. It is not known whether Unicom will offer competitive salaries.
Shao Guanglu told reporters that "the remuneration of the joint venture company is determined by the board of directors."
It is understood that "Unicom will establish a project-based management mechanism for talents and implement project performance appraisal; rationally determine the salary mix and salary standards on the basis of personnel classification and performance market-oriented benchmarking; and implement the promotion and decline based on the results of competency certification and performance results, which will be maintained annually." A certain exit rate. " Post recruitment positions will be distributed in Beijing, Hangzhou and Shenzhen.
In the field of communication, competition for talents is fierce. The pay gap between Unicom and China is very large in the same position.
Like most of the central enterprises, China Unicom is facing certain talent problems.
At the meeting of Chinese and foreign journalists at the "one belt and one road" held by the State Council new office, the head of Wanhua chemical group of state-owned enterprises revealed that "the biggest problem for many enterprises is talent."
He cited an example as saying: "in the joint venture with foreign enterprises, what is most lacking is talents. Many state-owned enterprises want to go abroad to cooperate with foreign enterprises, but lack of talent dare not go out.
He added, "Many enterprises are short of talent reserves, maybe a team needs only a dozen people, but these people must be loyal to the enterprise, many enterprises are short of such talent."
This phenomenon is particularly prominent in the communications industry. At the 6th National Forum of Urban Development Mayors, Zhan Hongyu, president of Tata Group China, India, said that software talent is scarce. In Silicon Valley, half of the people are Indian and Chinese engineers, and about 30% of the white Americans.
The vice president of Yida Holdings said in the sea that the competition of industry is very important in talent competition. "Our Institute is working on a special topic on population competition between urban agglomerations and cities. We find that the competition of talents and the migration of high-end talents will lead to the direct consequence of industry following talents."
Unicom has been faced with the problem of talent flow in the process of mixed reform. At the beginning of 2018, Han Zhigang, Vice President of China Unicom and General Manager of Network Development Department, left his post and became the highest-ranking senior executive in the turnover trend of China Unicom.
Reporters to the personnel department of Unicom to verify whether there is a trend of resignation, the person said: "There are some personnel flow, but for such a large enterprise, personnel flow is also normal."
Reporters asked the former staff about the direction of employment, the staff said, "There are going to Alibaba, Baidu, Jingdong, Tencent these enterprises."
Talking about the income gap inside and outside the central enterprise, another middle-level manager of the central enterprise who participated in the market competition said that when someone left BAT (abbreviated as Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent), the salary would increase by 1.5 times.
Mixed to deep water area
China Unicom is the first central enterprise to conduct a pilot mix-up at the group level. After announcing the mix-up, China Unicom ushered in spring.
China Unicom's earnings for the first three quarters of 2018, released recently, show that China Unicom's overall service revenue is expected to be about RMB 2000.13 billion yuan, up 6.5% over the same period last year; mobile service revenue is expected to be RMB 125.424 billion yuan, up 7.2% over the same period last year; fixed-line service revenue is expected to be about RMB 73.223 billion yuan. Billion yuan, an increase of 5.2% over the same period last year.
In addition, the earnings of equity holders are expected to be about 8.780 billion yuan, an increase of 116.6% over the same period last year. This includes the change in the proportion of shares held by the group caused by the listing and issuance of new shares in the China Tower, which will increase the net earnings of the joint venture by 1.474 billion yuan.
On October 14, Weng Jieming, deputy director of SASASAC, said at the media briefing that most state-owned enterprises have realized mixing at the capital level, and the mixing degree of state-owned enterprises in the field of full competition is higher. Listed companies have become an important carrier of mixing of state-owned enterprises, and the pilot steps of mixing ownership reform have been deepened. It has promoted the structural optimization and efficiency improvement of state-owned economy.
The latest data show that among the central enterprises and sub-enterprises supervised by SASASAC, the proportion of mixed ownership households at the level of property rights exceeds 69%, and the proportion of mixed ownership households at provincial level reaches 56%. Among them, the state-owned enterprises in the field of full competition are more mixed.
At present, over 85% of the four sub enterprises in the commercial category have achieved mixed changes. Among the provincial state-owned enterprises that carry out mixed transformation, the proportion of commercial enterprises is 88%, and that of second-to fourth-level enterprises is more than 90%.
From 2013 to 2017, private capital participated in the mixed reform of central enterprises by various means, with an investment amount exceeding 1.1 trillion yuan, and the introduction of non-public capital by provincial state-owned enterprises exceeded 500 billion yuan. During the same period, state-owned enterprises actively invested in non-state-owned enterprises, of which provincial state-owned enterprises invested more than 600 billion yuan in non-public enterprises. More than 2,000 of the 11,650 legal persons whose "reduction" of central enterprises has been reduced have transferred their controlling rights to non-state-owned capital.
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