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Ctrip responds to 'staff rotation': only for departments with severely reduced business volume, non-enforced

Date time:2020-03-14

Ctrip responded positively to the rumors of "Ctrip arranges employees to take three rests and two rests to work".


According to the news on March 12, in response to the rumor of social media "Ctrip arranges employees to take three rests and two rests to work", Ctrip said that some businesses are currently in a stagnation state. For departments with severely reduced business volume, full-time work is no longer appropriate. These departments plan to adopt a rotation and shift work mode that matches the actual workload. At present, they are seeking consultation with employees and are not mandatory.

Ctrip emphasized that as the epidemic situation gradually improves and business resumes, these departments will also adjust their schedules in time to gradually return to normal conditions.

Earlier online news shows that Ctrip has issued a notice to arrange employees to take three rests and two rests to work, and to sign a job agreement.

The following is the full text of Ctrip's response:

The rumors on Ctrip's human resources policy on some social media are explained as follows:

The "New Crown" epidemic has caused a huge impact on the tourism industry. Although Ctrip has certain anti-risk capabilities in the industry, it also needs to take proactive measures to prevent risks in accordance with the current situation, especially to maintain the stability and development of the team in the longer term Sex.

The impact of this epidemic on Ctrip's various businesses and departments is different. Human resources policies will also be dynamically formulated based on actual business conditions. Network transmission policies do not represent Ctrip's human resources policies.

Of course, due to the impact of product policies such as team travel that have been suspended by the responding country due to the impact of the epidemic, some businesses are indeed at a standstill. For departments with severely reduced business volume, full-time work is no longer appropriate. These departments plan to adopt a rotation and shift work mode that matches the actual workload. At present, they are seeking consultation with employees and are not mandatory. As the epidemic situation gradually improves and business resumes, these departments will also adjust their schedules in time to gradually return to normal conditions.

According to the relevant notice issued by the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security on January 24, affected by the epidemic, enterprises can stabilize their jobs through rotations, shifts, and shortened working hours. In fact, during the "SARS" period in 2003, Ctrip also adopted the above-mentioned method and maintained the stability of its workforce through rotations and rotations. Therefore, after SARS, compared with other companies, Ctrip's team also recovered and rebounded in the market. In the process, greater growth has been achieved.

The spring flowers in March are already in full bloom. Ctrip is willing to work with its employees to look forward to spring together.