If you dont want the brain drain, you should raise your salary. If you dont want the brain drain, you should raise your salary. As the old saying goes, if you can only afford bananas, you can only invite monkeys. One Taiwanese netizen commented.
Comments of Taiwan netizens on Taiwan media reports
For example, the entrepreneur said that Zhou, who has a strong specialty in the field of etching, and a director named Wu, who once worked in the diffusion Department of TSMC South Science and technology plant, both served as senior directors in the spring core engineering department.
The official website of Quanxin integrated circuit manufacturing (Jinan) Co., Ltd. can not be opened normally at present.
Qixinbao shows that the company was established in January 2019 with a registered capital of 5.95 billion yuan. Its business scope includes large-scale integrated circuit production and mask manufacturing, pin testing, packaging, testing and related services.
Screenshot of qixinbao
However, the company said that it has always adhered to the strict attitude of no waste and no indulgence for any possible violation of the post employment non competition agreement. If confirmed to be true, the company will immediately investigate the liability for breach of contract.
At the same time, TSMC said in a statement that in addition to taking the necessary legal measures, the company also protects intellectual property rights through the organization of personnel, processes and technology to ensure competitiveness.
The Apple Daily, which is called poisonous apple, insisted: how can we let these people empty Taiwans technology, worry about the outflow of TSMC technology to the mainland, and called them traitors.
But Taiwan netizens obviously do not agree with this view.
Shopping malls are all about poaching on each other. If there is a dispute, it will be a lawsuit. Where there is any treason, it is apple newss own hate China ideology
If you leave, you say he is a traitor, but if you come, you say he shares the same ideals?
Source: observer.com editor in charge: Chen Hequn_ NB12679