95, Xians top 100 million state-owned enterprises executives: how can we regard state assets as straw?

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 95, Xians top 100 million state-owned enterprises executives: how can we regard state assets as straw?


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After graduating from ordinary universities for only 1 years, 95 of them became directors of 100 billion state-owned enterprises. When listening to this riddle, many people may feel that their brain holes are not enough. But this is really not the suspension bridge segment, but the reality movie plot.

Recently, a picture of personnel change announcement issued by Xian Hi-tech Holding Company in the inter-bank market was uploaded online. The announcement shows that the company held a shareholdersmeeting on September 4, 2018 and decided to make changes to the chairman, legal representatives, general manager and some directors. After the changes, the chairman and general manager are Li Tian, and Zhu Yong and Zhao Xueying are the new directors. New Personnel Resume shows that Li Tian was born in August 1984 with a bachelors degree and successive employees of Xian Baishida Talent Service Co., Ltd. Zhao Xueying was born in 1993, graduated from Huaqing College of Xian University of Architectural Technology in 2016, and worked in Yinchuan Branch of Bank of China from August 2016 to March 2018; Zhu Yong was 199. 5 years old, graduated from Shaanxi Normal University in 2017.

This incident aroused great public opinion. On the evening of Nov. 3, Xian High-tech Zone responded by saying that the three persons were all staff members of the accounting center of the High-tech Zone. We investigated and understood the related problems of the three managers concerned by netizens, and found no social relations affecting the normal operation of the company. We sincerely accept the supervision of netizens and all walks of life.

In this case, the public is questioning the logic of experience. After all, from the resume alone, the fit degree between the high specifications of the state-owned enterprises involved and the resumes of the three newly elected executives with general education is not high.

Announcement screenshots

Xian Hi-tech Holding Company is controlled by the local Hi-tech Zone Management Committee. It belongs to a large state-owned enterprise with strict selection procedures for senior executives, rather than a private enterprise that can undertake fathers business. As of the end of June this year, the total assets of Xian Hi-tech Holding Company is 12.738 billion yuan. In such a large state-owned enterprise, let alone hold important positions, even as a grass-roots employee, it is estimated that many people are looking at it. The golden bowl of the job; and the successors of several Nenzhong general education (both non-graduate self-proclaimed schools or high education, two of them are not long after graduation, are novice workers in the workplace), previous work experience is ordinary (just ordinary staff), in the context of fierce job competition, it is difficult to say how competitive these are. The contrast between two phases is indeed quite contrasting. It is very difficult to achieve logical self consistency in the common sense dimension.

This is not only a challenge to the publics imagination, but also to a level of compliance. According to the Interim Measures for the Management of Leaders of State-owned Enterprises in Xian, the qualifications for leading personnel of state-owned enterprises include having the experience of serving in middle-level and above management posts of large and medium-sized enterprises, or having the experience of serving in middle-level and above positions of state organs and institutions at corresponding levels. These three people do not seem to be qualified.

In view of this, the public will inevitably question the bulls eye on its senior executives. This is not envy or jealousy of my peers are abandoning me, but it is beyond the usual cognitive schema. Initially, the lack of response from many departments of the local management committee and the companys non-comment aggravated the publics doubts.

Nowadays, the officials of Xian High-tech Zone mentioned the reasons for the temporary adjustment of executives in their response, and also said that no social relations affecting the normal operation of the company have been found, which is quite pertinent. But there is still a gap between these explanations and the expectations of answering questions for the public: what on earth have these three people been able to make them stand out and be picked out? This is the key to the problem. As to whether or not it will affect the normal operation of the company, it will come to the end.

It is not excluded that the personnel arrangement for the post-95 rookie to be the top managers of state-owned enterprises is an expedient measure to avoid personnel of public institutions shall not be the legal person of enterprises. Even so, its too playful --- if these people are only registered, it also reflects the hasty management of state-owned assets; if they are real-time, they are suspected of violating the rules. It is interesting to note that the local authorities responded with a seemingly 1,000 words are omitted here, and at the end they admitted that the method of selecting senior managers was unscientific and imperfect. The wording of restoring gives people room for reverie, and it is also like confirmation of the irrationality of the personnel appointment. The election of senior executives of state-owned enterprises should not be trifling. 95, the directors of the former 100 billion state-owned enterprises are the resolution of the seriousness of state assets management. It is hoped that the treatment of this matter will not stop in response to public concern. Zhong Ming (media source) source: Beijing News Editor: Qiao Jun Jing _NBJ11279

It is not excluded that the personnel arrangement for the post-95 rookie to be the top managers of state-owned enterprises is an expedient measure to avoid personnel of public institutions shall not be the legal person of enterprises. Even so, its too playful --- if these people are only registered, it also reflects the hasty management of state-owned assets; if they are real-time, they are suspected of violating the rules. It is interesting to note that the local authorities responded with a seemingly 1,000 words are omitted here, and at the end they admitted that the method of selecting senior managers was unscientific and imperfect. The wording of restoring gives people room for reverie, and it is also like confirmation of the irrationality of the personnel appointment.

The election of senior executives of state-owned enterprises should not be trifling. 95, the directors of the former 100 billion state-owned enterprises are the resolution of the seriousness of state assets management. It is hoped that the treatment of this matter will not stop in response to public concern.

Zhong Ming (media)