Capital giants push the "shared staff" model with 8.74 million fresh graduates at the "crossroads"?

The epidemic is spawning new employment models.

Affected by the epidemic, the traditional catering industry was severely hit. When Xibei said that he could not sustain it, Hema Xiansheng took the lead in reaching out and offered to "borrow" Xibei employees and pay them. Since then, giants such as Wal-Mart, Ali, Suning, Lenovo have also followed up. People call this model "shared employees."

"In the current environment, the shared employee model does solve some problems. However, as a way of employing people, it is still a product of an emergency state, and it is not yet mature enough and needs further exploration." A few days ago, the first manpower of A shares Xue Donghui, general manager of Cree International's flexible employment business, a resource-listed company, told the Securities Daily reporter that for example, how to confirm labor relations and how to divide employers' responsibilities are all issues that need to be paid attention to by "shared employee" participants.

In fact, "shared employees" is not a new model. As early as 1949, this mode of employment appeared on the international market. In the international market, its name is called "flexible employment".

In Xue Donghui's opinion, especially in the current environment, the "flexible employment" model can solve more employment problems.

"From the precedents after the 2008 financial crisis, we can see that some companies did not dare to rush to hire full-time fixed employees after the crisis." Xue Donghui told reporters, "The epidemic made more companies think about labor costs, risks and risks. Organizational flexibility. In times of uncertainty, the flexible employment model will solve more problems for society. "

"Shared Employee" Model

Three types of risk

In Xue Donghui's view, "shared staff" is a special wartime play with a novel model. At the same time, he also mentioned that there are three types of risks to the shared employee model for companies such as fresh retail and catering.

First and foremost is the risk of "can-do".

Xue Donghui told reporters that according to the provisions of the labor contract, it is against the rules for a fresh food retail company to directly hire an incumbent employee of a catering company to work; if a catering company actively sends its employees to work in a fresh food retail enterprise, then the catering company As the dispatching entity, it does not have the qualification for exporting labor services.

If the nature of the work of a catering company employee working in a fresh food retail business is part-time, the specific time form of the part-time job is also clearly stipulated. Part-time employment refers to hourly remuneration, and workers in the same employer generally The daily working time does not exceed 4 hours, and the cumulative working time per week does not exceed 24 hours.

Then there is the "how to" risk. "If the employees of the catering company have sprains and injuries on the way to the fresh retail business, how should the liability for work injuries be divided? If the employees of the catering business are injured during the work of the fresh retail business, who will be responsible for them? Xue Donghui told reporters that these are the issues that participants of the "shared employee" model must consider.

Finally, there is the risk of "doing well". Xue Donghui told reporters, "Interlacing is like separating mountains. It is actually very difficult for fresh food retail companies to get started quickly with catering staff. Most of them are still in junior support positions, which solves some of the current staff scheduling problems, but I am afraid that the core talent gap will not be filled in a short time. "

"Shared employees" and "flexible employment" have some similarities, but the difference between the two is that "flexible employment" is larger in scale and can carry more talent resources and enterprise needs. Xue Donghui told reporters that in the case of epidemics, large economic transformation, etc., the advantages of third-party professional organizations are that they can rely on a large enough scale to more flexibly meet the change of employment needs, and some of the above potential risks can be addressed Largely resolved.

How to place masks and protective clothing

New production line manpower?

New outbreaks of employment were also created during the outbreak.

According to the reporter's understanding, in order to cope with the insufficient supply of masks, many companies have established mask production lines across borders. Another company set up a protective clothing production line overnight, and urgently recruited experienced sewing staff to produce medical protective clothing.

However, another question follows. Once the consumer demand for medical supplies such as masks and protective clothing returns to pre-epidemic levels, where will these new manpower go?

In Xue Donghui's view, as social needs change, so will talents.

"For example, a well-known global mobile phone manufacturer", Xue Donghui quoted a case and told the Securities Daily reporter that it had 700 production staff in early 2014. This number rose to 2,000 in the middle of the year. By the end of the year, the factory Has been completely closed.

"During this period, there was no news that this company had a shortage of production capacity and needed to recruit people. There was no news that the staff was nowhere to go because of the large number of layoffs." Xue Donghui told reporters that these employees were later sent to other companies by the flexible employment platform. , Serving other high-end manufacturing production lines. What allows mobile phone manufacturers to quickly replenish production capacity in a short period of time and allows employees to achieve seamless transfers when there are changes in the enterprise is precisely the "flexible employment" model.

Today, "flexible employment" has been extended to more industries. "For example, many IT staff at Internet companies, many clinical drug R & D personnel for new drugs, and many junior and intermediate engineers are our contract employees." Xue Donghui told reporters that for many large enterprises, how to better adapt to economic changes, how to Finding better development through transformation is the focus of the company's attention. Therefore, reducing the burden of corporate transformation by outsourcing some non-core positions has become a consensus in the international market.

8.74 million fresh graduates

Facing Employment Choices

Immediately after the epidemic, there will be 8.74 million fresh graduates from colleges and universities in 2020.

With the epidemic disrupting the pace of corporate school recruitment and the suspension of some enterprises, which prevents them from fulfilling their contracts, what will the 8.74 million graduates do?

"In fact, you don't need to be so passive. As a head company engaged in flexible employment, we can see that the company's employment demand is still relatively strong, and some of them are doing well." Xue Donghui said, "But we can also Until, not only in 2020, the proportion of fresh graduates participating in the postgraduate entrance examination will increase year by year. " Xue Donghui told the Securities Daily reporter that this means that they are not optimistic about their employment competitiveness and employment situation.

There are two reasons for the lack of optimism. On the one hand, of course, it is related to the fresh graduates' views on the employment situation; on the other hand, some college graduates are not yet ready to enter the workplace.

"Concepts need to change." According to Xue Donghui, college graduates with dreams do not need to pursue one step when they are not ready. The "flexible employment" model can provide learning for graduates who have just entered the society. And trial and error opportunities.

Xue Donghui told reporters that most of the employees dispatched by Cree International each year stay in the dispatched companies by renewing contracts or signing formal contracts, and the way to round the road to realize their dreams may not be infeasible. (Securities Daily)

Our reporter Li Qiaoyu