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Alibaba: Business president and HRG resigned, suspected of being dismissed from male employees and never hired

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Original title: Alibaba: Business president and HRG resigned, suspected of being dismissed and never hired

According to Sina Finance, in the early morning of August 9, Zhang Yong, Chairman and CEO of Alibaba, announced on the Alibaba intranet the results of a phased internal investigation on “female employees being violated” and the decision: Li Yonghe, president of the same city retail business group, and HRG Xu Kun took the blame and resigned. Alibaba’s chief human resources officer Tong Wenhong recorded a disciplinary action. The suspected male employee was fired and never hired. The police are investigating and collecting evidence for any illegal acts.

Zhang Yong said that the incident caused great harm to the female employee. Regardless of the results of the police investigation, “we will do our best to care for and take care of her.”

Suspected male employees and female colleagues who had excessive intimacy while drunk seriously violated company regulations and were dismissed and never hired. The police are investigating and collecting evidence as to whether he has violated the law such as rape or indecency.

Li Yonghe (Lao Ding), president of the same city retail business group, and Xu Kun (Ding Dong) of the same city retail business group HRG resigned. The internal announcement believes that Li Yonghe, as the president of the business group, has not enough sensitivity, attention and investment in this matter. If he did not take the initiative, Xu Kun did not play a role in the key decision-making of the business group HRG. Therefore, he should bear it. Leadership responsibility.

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Tong Wenhong, chief human resources officer of Alibaba Group, received a demerit penalty. Throughout the incident handling process, the HR team did not pay enough attention and care to people, and was more rational, less emotional, and lacking empathy. At the same time, there was a lack of an emergency response system and serious misjudgments. In the case of suspected violations of the law, the parties could not be suspended immediately. “Behind all these phenomena is the major problems in the HR cultural system and capacity building.”

Jinan Public Security Bureau: Investigation and evidence collection

At 11:58 on August 8, the official Weibo of Jinan Huaiyin Public Security issued a report: The police situation of “Ali female employees was violated” is currently under active investigation and evidence collection. The results of the police investigation will be reported to the public in a timely manner.

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The client involved in the case, Francis Hualian, declares: the employee involved in the case has been suspended

Regarding the suspected infringement of the Hualian Supermarket employee who rushed into the hot search last night, Jinan Hualian Supermarket responded on its WeChat public account: Hualian Supermarket will fully cooperate with the police regarding the incident, and the suspected employee has been suspended and is under police investigation. .

Hualian Supermarket has always maintained a zero tolerance attitude towards any illegal and criminal behavior. At present, the supermarket has established a special investigation team to investigate the incident and will also pay close attention to the progress and results of the police investigation.

(Edit: Wen Jing)

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