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Jingzhou Enterprises Work with Colleges to Tackle Difficulties Plaguing Recruitment and Employment
Updated: 2019-11-21 11:09:18

Over recent years, as Jingzhou doubles its efforts in attractinginvestment, the city has witnessed a growing number of enterprises withever-improved industrial structure, leading to promising industrial economicdevelopment. All the changes are supported by talent. Lately, Jingzhou saw thehost of the Symposium on Integration of Industry and Education. On how tofurther the integration of industry and education, and help companies recruitand hire employees, representatives of related units directly under thegovernment and key companies, as well as responsible personnel of universitiesand secondary specialized schools aired their own views and came up withvarious solutions. 

In the symposium, personnel in charge of Midea, Valeo, Feilihua and W-OLFPhotoelectric among six key enterprises delivered speeches and detailed thetroublesome and hard issues arising in the process of recruitment andemployment. 

Head of HR department of Valeo, Wu Yi said the issue is the major shortageof skilled technicians. In particular, it is very hard to recruit those skilledat abrasive tools. 

Zhou Shenggao, executive deputy general manager of Hubei Feilihua QuartzGlass Co., Ltd, said that they wanted mechatronics technicians.

Zhang Xue, head of human resources of Hubei W-olf Photoelectric TechnologyCo., Ltd., said that they needed well-rounded talent, such as aquality-management employee fluent at English, or a salesperson proficient inJapanese. 

Being a city with abundant education resources, there are 23 colleges andsecondary specialized schools, cultivating nearly 30,000 graduates each year.How to translate the human resources advantage, especially the facultyresources, into the advantage boosting industrial development, so as to givefull play of the role of integration of industry and education? Persons incharge from colleges in Jingzhou offered their advice on the said issues. 

Jiang Guangzhong, deputy Secretary of the Party Committee of YangtzeUniversity suggested inviting corporations to schools. HR experts release tostudents their recruitment requirements and necessary qualifications.Therefore, students would be furnished with the knowledge and pay attention inaccordance when improving themselves. Moreover, institutes ought to developtheir talent cultivation program to better meet the needs of employers. 

Bie Yefang, president of Jingzhou Vocational College of Technology, saidthat to address the recruitment issues, from the perspective of schools, theycould integrate their education process into production process ofcorporations. Cognitive, teaching and post practices can meet the temporary, stagedand seasonal needs of enterprises. 

Zhao Yunji, Secretary of the party committee of Jingzhou TechnicianInstitute, said that the integration of industry and education, andcollege-enterprise cooperation could be further developed. First, co-buildingpractical training bases, co-establishing majors, conducting target training,training for teachers and so on. Second, taking the initiative and enhancingthe ties with local enterprises; Third, adjusting majors in line withenterprises; Fourth, strengthening the guide for interns and graduates towards localcompanies. 

It is known that following the symposium, the government will take thelead to collect all advice and opinions and thereby formulate the relatedpolicies and measures, thus facilitating the coordinated and innovativedevelopment of the industry-education integration in a comprehensive manner. 


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