Towards the end of recent years, a cold wave swept across the Internet industry. Within a month, four companies have been exposed to business adjustment.
At noon on December 19, an online message came out that the unmanned shelves in Jingdong were closed, and the Shenzhen team would be taken over by hungry shelves. In this regard, Jingdong home to the surging news reporters confirmed that the recent Gounmanned shelf project has been adjusted to better focus on the companys main retail business.
In order to better focus on the companys retail empowerment strategy and help retail partners enter the one-hour e-commerce era faster and better, the company integrated its superior resources, accelerated the pace of development, continued to promote the integration of online and offline in the field of unbounded retailing, and recently adjusted the Beijing-to-home Go unmanned shelf project.
However, the arrival of Jingdong did not directly indicate whether the unmanned shelf project had been closed. As for the layoffs, Jingdong denied it when he arrived home, indicating that there was an opportunity for job transfers within the company.
Data show that Jingdong has covered nearly 63 major cities, such as Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, with more than 7 million registered users, more than 30 million monthly active users and 1.5 million daily peak volume. Relying on Dadas distribution and retail partners, Jingdong comes home to provide consumers with a one-hour service experience of delivering large quantities of commodities such as fresh vegetables and fruits, daily department stores, medical health, flower cakes, and cosmetics.
In 2017, Jingdong came home to set up a team in Shenzhen to develop the unmanned shelf business. In July 2018, Jingdong came home to launch smart containers, and announced that it would mass-invest Go3.0 version of smart containers in office space in Beijing, Shanghai and other cities. It planned to add 5,000 new locations by the end of the year.
Since 2017, unmanned shelves have rapidly become a phenomenal outlet in the field of new retail, with more than 50 entrants and a total industry financing of 2 billion. However, under the pressure of high cargo losses, high operating costs and the current capital environment, unmanned shelves are facing a wave of survival of the fittest.
In addition to the arrival of Jingdong, many Internet companies have recently been exposed as business adjustment.
Earlier, on November 27, it was reported that Jingdong laid off a large number of employees, planned to lay off unmarried and childless women first and probationary newcomers as backups of layoffs and so on. Jingdong denies this, saying it is a normal flow of personnel and final optimization. Every year, Jingdong regularly conducts performance evaluation and talent inventory for all personnel, giving greater incentives and better development space to outstanding personnel, and adjusting and optimizing positions for performance performance that does not meet the requirements.
On Dec. 6, the Shenzhen team of Dogfish, a live broadcasting platform, was exposed to layoffs, with an estimated coverage of about 70 people. In response, the betta side said that this is not an emergency layoff. The Shenzhen team, which is rumored to be the subject of redundancy, is only one of several teams on a certain line of business. This time, it is only the normal optimization and adjustment of the team.
On December 11, it was revealed that 300 people would be laid off, involving 20%. In response, the informed side said that the layoffs were rumors. At the end of each year, the company will carry out staff performance evaluation, adjust and optimize the staff structure accordingly. At present, there are still many positions in the extensive recruitment of talent.
On December 19, it was reported that one person was laid off for 30 minutes at Wangjing office and a large number of new students were laid off. In response, the delegation commented to the surging news reporters, saying that the large-scale redundancies were false news, The fact is, this is a normal business adjustment, affected employees less than 0.5% of the total number of employees.
Source of this article: Peng Mei News Responsible Editor: Gan Wenbin_NBJS7621