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Enterprises should rely on technology and talents to win

in 1924, American scholar Sheldon put forward the viewpoint of "enterprise society" (CSR). Although there is no unified definition of "enterprise society" in the world at present, it is generally believed that "enterprise society" means that an enterprise should not only pursue profits for shareholders, but also consider the interests of relevant stakeholders. That is, enterprises should undertake the development of low labor intensity preference for employees, creditors, trade unions, suppliers, consumers, communities, customers, governments, non-governmental organizations and environmental society, including observing business ethics, production safety, occupational health, protecting the legitimate rights and interests of employees, protecting the environment, donating social public welfare and charities, protecting vulnerable groups, and so on. These non economic benefit factors, together with the economic benefits of enterprises, have become the basis for the government and social organizations to evaluate social sustainable development

the business behavior of enterprises will inevitably have a positive or negative impact on individuals, society and even the world, so enterprises have the obligation to repay the society and undertake the society. This leads to an iron rule, which means that those who abuse power without assuming social responsibility will eventually lose their rights

up to now, enterprise society is no longer a trivial matter for enterprises to do, but an unavoidable topic for enterprises. About 60% of the large companies in the United States and about half of the large companies in Europe have special ethics institutions and ethics directors, which are responsible for dealing with the doubts raised by various stakeholders about corporate behavior, and using various social implementation plans, system project design, scientific decision-making mechanisms, implementation procedures and control systems to ensure the implementation of corporate society

in today's world, the core competitiveness of enterprises is changing from simple hard power to the direction of paying equal attention to the coordination of hard and soft power. Soft power is mainly manifested in corporate social credibility, brand influence, industrial cohesion and supply chain control. Enterprises with these capabilities will be in an absolutely dominant position in resource allocation, market development, access to trade opportunities, low-cost financing, etc

In 1999, a survey of 23 countries conducted by a consulting company showed that two thirds of citizens required enterprises not only to seek profits, pay taxes and abide by the law, but also to fulfill social obligations. One in five consumers said that they are all ethical consumers, requiring enterprises to abide by social ethics and refusing to buy products and services that fail to perform social enterprises

with the continuous deepening of the understanding of "people" from "economic person", "social person", "compound person" to "person who realizes self-worth", enterprise management has also developed from experience management, scientific management, behavior management to cultural management, requiring "people-oriented" management to become a trend

there are many evaluations of corporate society, mainly including SA8000, Dow Jones Sustainability Index, Dominic ethics index, etc. in recent years, SA8000 (social ethics standard) has the greatest impact. SA8000 is welcomed by many large enterprises because it quantifies the enterprise society in a specific way and facilitates the standardization of calculation and implementation. Many experts predict that SA8000 will become another world standard after ISO9000 and ISO14000

Delphi is the world's largest supplier of auto parts, formerly the parts group of general motors. The company has a total of more than 192, 000 employees, and its asset value was as high as US $29 billion, ranking 146 in the world's top 500

in the United States, Delphi employees are paid according to the standards of the vehicle industry, rather than the standards of the parts industry. Therefore, the average hourly wage of Delphi employees is as high as $22, while that of rivals Johnson & Johnson and Lear is only $15. Included in benefits is $65, more than twice as much as competitors! As an old enterprise, 33200 of Delphi's 48690 North American workers are trade union members, and the annual salary and welfare of each trade union member is as high as 130000 US dollars. The left is the part of the bending test; The electromechanical control and loading system is installed in the lower part of the host machine. At the same time, because the labor union opposes the closure of loss making enterprises, 4000 "surplus" labor forces have to receive $100million in the first quarter. Such wage pressure made Delphi go bankrupt against the backdrop of the market downturn

but Delphi's spirit of abiding by its commitments and being responsible to its employees does make some Chinese companies ashamed. Needless to say, for those enterprises that are prone to pay cuts and staff reductions on the grounds of efficiency and meeting the decline of experimental strength, should they realize something

if Chinese enterprises want to go global, resource victory is the primary stage, capital victory is the intermediate 6 stage, and technology and talent victory is the advanced stage. With the rising labor costs and increasingly strict environmental protection in China, Chinese enterprises are bound to take the road of winning with technology and talents. (end)

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