Manufacturing industry "labor shortage" salary increase can not be resolved

According to the data, in 2011, 91% of manufacturing companies implemented a salary increase plan for workers, with an average salary increase of 13%. However, the turnover rate of manufacturing workers in 2011 was as high as 35.6%, ranking first among the 11 industries surveyed. Recently, a survey shows that the use of money can no longer solve the Chinese-style “labor shortage” and must have new ideas. Peng Xizhe, a professor at the School of Social Development and Public Policy at Fudan University, said that “difficulties in recruiting workers” and “labor shortages” have spread from the coast to the inland. In the case of participating in the “competition” of the labor force in the country, “increasing salaries” have become the retention of most enterprises. The first reaction. Taking the manufacturing industry as an example, the 2012 China Remuneration White Paper jointly published by the School of Management of Fudan University and Zhengyi Business Data Center stated that in 2011, the total compensation of the manufacturing industry accounted for 16% of the total turnover. The labor cost of manufacturing surpasses energy and chemical industry, engineering construction and real estate, medical care, transportation and trade, after high technology. But despite this, the turnover rate of China's manufacturing industry is high. According to the white paper, in the tide of salary increases, the recruitment rate and turnover rate of the manufacturing industry in 2011 were the highest among the 11 industries. 46.3% of the recruitment rate and 35.6% of the turnover rate, leaving 10 other industries such as real estate, finance, trade, and integrated services behind. In 2011, the average turnover rate for each industry was 26.8%. In this case, Zhou Xiaoguang, deputy of the National People's Congress and chairman of Xinguang Holding Group, said that when the post-80s and 90s were becoming the "main force" of manufacturing workers, it would be difficult to rely on "paying more money" because the workers of this generation were more valued. It is a rising space and a city that truly integrates into their work. Peng Xizhe said that the government should also make a difference. “Increased investment in vocational education will enable rural young people to have more employability; the government should also look for better ways of service in terms of household registration and child education, which are more attractive to new generations of migrant workers,” said Peng Xizhe.

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