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Posted on Monday, January 2014, 1 20:16

[Guide] In the past few days, the public may feel that the world has changed, because the media has begun to report that many civil servants have been unable to perform under the "Eight Regulations" and related prohibitions in the past year and have to resign. Compared with the national exam craze, which has been hotter than one year, this is like a lifetime.


Some media believe that basic-level civil servants are indeed low-paid and tired, and they are in an embarrassing situation, and they cited various examples of distress. The media also invented a word called "gong diao", which literally means "civil servant diao silk". Most of the media, including the People's Daily, the mouthpiece of the Party Central Committee, sneered: "If they want to resign, they can resign." To be more caustic, they simply used the title "Good to go, not to send."

Let me say, this matter is not that simple. I don't think that the resignation of civil servants will really become a trend, it is just a fuss from the media. In many cases, the media simply fail to understand what kind of benefits the "year of prohibition" has on civil servants of all levels.

Try to analyze it. First, look at what the civil servants have lost in the report. In summary, it’s not a big deal—the Mid-Autumn Festival’s moon cakes are gone, the greeting card calendars for New Year’s holidays are gone, the holiday expenses of hundreds of thousands of dollars are less or no more, there is less food, travel is cancelled, and subordinate units do not Dare to send the customary shopping card of previous years...

Okay, after all, how much money can I have? How much can you lose if you drink less and eat less? As for the civil servants to throw away the iron rice bowl and resign? When you are a civil servant, you are just a child, so you can be emotional?

The media also said that because of the various bans in the past year, civil servants at all levels, especially grassroots civil servants, faced rounds of toss. This is still a joke. Before you became a party and government department, the various evaluations, assessments, inspections, and learning failed. toss? With a thousand threads on the top and a needle on the bottom, the civil servants are most adaptable to toss.

In fact, those who say they want to resign in media reports are basically the complaints of some groups who have been unhappy in the civil service system. This is true in every industry, not just civil servants; but every year. , Not just this year.

Almost all of them are young grassroots civil servants in non-leadership positions, unmarried, not capital ministries or civil servants in big cities (this kind of young civil servants also count on various hidden benefits such as affordable housing, a house worth countless annual wages), also It is not a civil servant in an agency (it is easier for an agency to solve a position than a grassroots level. You must know that many civil servants in towns and villages will not be able to get a full-time or even a deputy-level).

If this young civil servant is not a local, does not have a network to help him, and increases the cost of living, then the work of this young, unmarried, unemployed civil servant at the grassroots level, in fact, for the time being, the biggest benefit is only expected in the future Social status is nothing more.

Because the above-mentioned civil servants do not earn much, a little less welfare will have a great impact on them. But in fact, although they complained the most, they were also the least damaged under the eight regulations, because there were not many hidden benefits at all.

Better than young civil servants are married civil servants. You will find that a large number of civil servants in small and medium-sized cities form families with teachers or employees of banks and telecommunications departments, including the children of local businessmen. This is because the direct treatment of civil servants is not high, but the invisible status is good. This is particularly important in social networks in small and medium-sized cities. . So the husband and wife are responsible for the status and the other for the economy. Otherwise, they are all ordinary civil servants, and the money paid by each unit every year is enough for you.

Under the various prohibitions of the eight regulations, although their interests are also damaged, the most uncomfortable thing is not to reduce food and drink and take less cards, but this prohibition makes them inconvenient to do some things, and the resulting social superiority The lower the feeling, the smaller the place, the more attention to "face", both internally and externally.

Similarly, there are civil servants who have retired. Although the original unit did not organize several trips for retirees, and the leaders sent out shopping cards and a few barrels of oil for condolences at the end of the year, it was not a big deal after all. The biggest loss is still the loss of "face".

In my opinion, the real damage in the "year of prohibition" is actually the leaders of the middle-level and above positions in the oil and water departments that everyone envy, as well as the civil servants in the real power departments in the provincial and municipal bureaus.

why? This is because only these entities with real power can really have a lot of benefits to be given; and only in these departments can people give gifts, and the amount of the less-issued and under-received will be so huge that it hurts them.

Continuing to deduce according to this logic, the benefits paid by civil servants in the real power departments are actually not large. Leaders in key positions that control hundreds of billions or even hundreds of billions of funds are the greater losers, because a large amount of corruption is also caused by this-if countless catering industries suffered losses last year, then there was no loss at the beginning At that time, some of the money they earn will inevitably be transferred as benefits to the relevant officials.

And these people obviously won't stand up and complain directly. There are even reports mentioning that some civil servants of the "Clear Water Yamen" saw the serious damage to the civil servants of the real power departments, but they were balanced in their hearts. You must know that some people must have spent a lot of "costs" in order to enter these real power departments. ", now that it cannot be "recovered" as scheduled, others seem to be naturally very happy.

In fact, it is not them that suffered the most direct and most serious damage, but a group of outstanding grassroots leaders. If you search the news, you will find that all places are vigorously pursuing the removal of illegally seconded personnel from provincial agencies. Thousands of people everywhere were returned to their original grassroots departments. They were all outstanding in the original unit. Because of their excellence, they were seconded by higher-level units for several years. They even got married and bought a house in the provincial capital. Waiting to slowly simmer the establishment of a provincial agency. Suddenly faced with such policies, there is definitely no place for returning to the original unit. Not to mention official career, life is seriously affected.

As for the attitude of the majority of ordinary civil servants, I think it can only be: wait and see. Everyone wants to know how long the high pressure in the year of the ban will last; and whether it will be quantitative or qualitative.

Source: Sohu