By Kate Yuan
(JW Insights) June 8 -- Over 100 university teachers and more than 70 CEOs and HRDs from well-known Chinese semiconductor companies discussed industry-university collaboration, talent cultivation, and career choices, and shared their own practices at Jiwei Semiconductor Human Resources Conference on June 2.
The IC Employment 100 Alliance was officially set up at the conference. The alliance will share the resources in capital, talents, and projects from the 100 members, including university career office teachers, university-enterprise cooperation leaders, and company executives and HRs.
Chen Ran, CEO of JW Insights, said, "We keep focusing on the cultivation of industry talents. Since 2019, we have successively held alumni forums, microelectronics school forums, human resources conferences, and other innovative activities."
Han Pengkai, general manager of JW Insights’ career division, shared the progress and outlook of JW Insights on recruitment.
“Since July of last year, JW Insights has organized nearly 30 job fairs across the country, involving over 80 pan-electronics colleges, 430 semiconductor companies, 15,200 job seekers, and generating 1,665,000 impressions. ”
JW Insights also released five talent and salary reports, including China’s IC Industry Talents Report 2023 at the conference (See https://jw.ijiwei.com/n/864535 ).
JW Insights is preparing to launch JiweiGPT for intelligent consulting and a career App with rich needed features, Han disclosed.
Shi Wenli, VP of Human Resources and Administration at design service and IP company VeriSilicon (芯原股份), introduced the company’s measures in industry-university-research integration and university-enterprise cooperation.
Shi pointed out that VeriSilicon focuses on the quality and long-term construction of the talent system. It will continue to recruit new graduates and staff, although many companies are downsizing in the current market downturn.
The company has established an industry-leading talent pool in Chinese mainland, with 85.76% in R&D positions. Its employees have high education background, with 82.88% holding a master's degree or above, and the turnover rate is far lower than the industry average.
“The benign talent system further supported VeriSilicon in creating a rich IP reserve, and consequently achieved impressive performance by ranking among the top six in global semiconductor IP sales,” Shi added.
In his speech, Huang Shangwu, head of the Campus Recruitment Department of Xiamen University Student Career and Entrepreneurship Center, called on breaking the old ways and establishing a sound talent evaluation system for universities.
The 2nd Jiwei Semiconductor Human Resources Conference was part of the 7th JWSS (JiWei Semiconductor Summit) held in Xiamen City of southeastern China's Fujian Province, co-organized by JW Insights - China's leading consulting agency on semiconductor and ICT industries. The conference has worked as a high-quality communication platform between companies and universities.