On social platforms, many people are curious, how can the offers given by the company still be "pigeons"? In fact, many job seekers have found that when email list the "pigeon" offers, HRs have their own reasons and skills, but they all point to saving costs and recruiting skilled people.
The reason Kangkang received at the time was that the company structure had been adjusted and all experienced talents were needed, so there were no suitable positions for fresh graduates.
The reply Yoyo got was that the company temporarily decided that the position would not be recruited, and would transfer people directly from the company headquarters to take the post. "I think, either the company solved it internally in order to save costs, or the company recruited other people later." Youyou guessed.
More job seekers said on social platforms that the reasons for their offers to be "pigeons" were mostly because of changes in recruitment plans, job reductions, and failure to pass entry approval.
After the incident of "broken contract for fresh graduates", Li Auto and Xpeng Motors successively made responses similar to the above reasons. Ideal Motors said that the breach of contract was true, mainly because of the recent business structure adjustment, some positions were closed, and the breach of contract involved a small number of school enrollments who had not yet joined the company. The company will provide two options: job transfer and compensation. Xiaopeng Motors responded that due to the adjustment of positions and performance optimization of some departments, a small number of fresh graduates and related employees were involved in the adjustment.
Luo Ming, a senior human resources director with ten years of experience, told Kai Pineapple Finance that the reasons for the "pigeon" offer are basically the company's business adjustment, organizational adjustment, business division adjustment, etc., and this actually represents the real situation of some companies.
He said that there has always been a two-way rejection between companies and job seekers. "It's just that when the market was good before, it was some job seekers who let the company dove. In this year's environment, more employers reject job seekers. ."
Luo Ming also broke some offers this year. Part of it is treating candidates who don't have frequent contact with the company as giving up and no longer contacting them. The other part is to slow down or close the corresponding interview and salary negotiation links for the departments that are making adjustments, involving fresh graduates and social recruiters.
However, some breaches of contract may be due to unreasonable corporate recruitment planning . Xu Jin, an HRBP of an Internet company, encountered such a problem last year. She judged that the recruitment needs of a certain department were unreasonable, because recruiting fresh students could not help the department to solve the problem, and the department did not have the energy to train new people, but the company finally carried out autumn recruitment. Xu Jin said that he did not send out offers, "I am afraid that in the spring of this year, the company will ask me to give up all of them."