Yao Chengzhi, representative of the 20th Youth League Congress of Jinjiang City of the Communist Youth League
Summary:He came to Jinjiang in 1997 for joining the army, and then spent eight years of military career here. After being demobilized, he returned to his hometown to complete the formalities.
Character card: Yao Chengzhi, an Anhui native, Deputy Director of Administration of Jinjiang Honor International Hotel
He came to Jinjiang in 1997 for joining the army, and then spent eight years of military career here. After being demobilized, he returned to his hometown to complete the formalities. Within two weeks, he returned to Jinjiang to find a job. Served at Jinjiang Honor International Hotel since January 2006.
"In December 2005, I took off my military uniform and demobilized and returned to my hometown, but the feelings of eight years made me reluctant to leave Jinjiang. I like this place, this is my second hometown." Yao Chengzhi said.
"I'm very ordinary, and things at work are part of my duty. Of course I must be serious and responsible." When a reporter asked about his outstanding performance in work, Yao Chengzhi said. Perhaps it was the qualities of the soldier that deeply affected him, and he didn't think he was particularly prominent. He is very busy at work. When the reporter interviewed him, it took less than one hour and had to be interrupted many times due to work.
In order to enrich the spiritual and cultural life of employees, Yao Chengzhi created employee activity rooms, set up a library, table tennis room, etc., so that employees can enjoy a healthy and interesting entertainment life outside of work.
In addition to hotel business work, Yao Chengzhi is also responsible for the hotel party branch. He actively carried out and participated in various activities, and he also organized youth members to participate in the "Jinjiang Tourism System Skills Competition", which also won a good ranking.
"As a corporate representative, Yao Chengzhi is concerned about how to solve the problem of migrant workers’ children’s difficulties in enrolling. He said that this is already a common phenomenon, and many migrant workers have encountered difficulties in their children’s education. I think migrant workers are in For local work, their children should be enrolled nearby, so as to solve the worries of migrant workers, and there is no need to worry about schooling for their children after work." Yao Chengzhi said with emotion. This is the second time that he has raised this issue, and he hopes it can be taken seriously.