Views: 73 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2022-06-24 Origin: Site
Along with the growth of the Internet, the young generation born after 1990 has become the backbone of the Internet era. They are full of novel ideas and pursuit of individuality, which seem to be incompatible with the traditional granite sawblade industry. So, as the granite sawblade industry which urgently needs reform and seeks development through innovation, how to attract and retain talents of the young generation born after 1990 in today’s rapid development?
Recently, “buddhist teenager”, a popular new word on the Internet, is believed to reflect a group of young people born in the 1990s who have come of age and are just beginning to show their talent in the workplace. In fact, “buddhist youth” is not negative. Tian feng, deputy director of the department of youth and social issues at the institute of sociology of the Chinese academy of social sciences, once said, “young people born in the 1990s face challenges and pressures in survival and employment. They seem to be indifferent to the surface, hard, still highlight the body is smart and rich ideas, adhere to the characteristics of rich pursuit, which is the granite sawblade industry in the innovation-driven transformation and upgrading of the development process needs talent characteristics.
So what does the diamond tool industry need to do to attract and retain the talent of the young generation born in the 1990s? First, to build a more complete and younger enterprise management system; Second, establish a more humane and reasonable salary and welfare system; Third, there is more room for personal development. The establishment of such enterprises will naturally attract talented young people born in the 1990s.
Whether it is a diamond tools industry, to reform or growing more mature after 90, the younger generation in this era of continuous development, as long as the granite saw blades industry ready to accept the younger generation, after 90 young people pursue’d approach in this industry, for the transformation of industry growth more powerful sound.