(ECNS) - Chinese e-commerce giants Alibaba and JD.com have denied rumors they recruit fewer people directly from the job market, Beijing Youth Daily reported.
Alibaba said it had recently improved its human resources management system to meet the growing needs of new business development and will inspire young, talented people to make the most of their potential and be promoted.
JD.com said it mainly recruited new employees directly from universities and had not stopped recruiting from the job market.
However, the newspaper said, quoting headhunters, the two companies’ current offers are mainly for experienced employees and managerial positions. JD.com requires new employees to have three to five years of work experience.