In fact, no one aspires to be a white glove in the first place. Hao Xuguang was originally the person in charge of a qualified supplier of Hon Hai. In order to do business, he had to maintain long-term contacts with the SMT technical committee, user units or other suppliers. In addition, he actively catered to Liao Wancheng's interests, so he naturally became the best white-glove candidate. And white gloves are not so easy. Hao knew that Liao Wancheng liked to play mahjong. When Liao Wancheng got off work, Hao would actively help contact Liao Wancheng's friend to play a few laps. The mahjong table is NT$3,000, and a set is NT$1,000. The price is not low. It is common to win or lose 10,000 or 200,000 in one night. These players are not easy to deal with. Most of them are Liao Wancheng's friends, so Hao let them sit in the company and receive a salary ranging from 15,000 to 25,000 yuan per month. Their main job is to accompany Liao Wancheng to play mahjong or sing. .
Yes, partying, going to the hotel, and singing on KTV are also part of the work. After the expenses, you can report the bill to Hao, which is very Special Database comfortable. Why give a rake for white gloves? White gloves have to be drawn, and communication needs to be back and forth. Isn’t it good to take the money directly? arrow_forward_iosunderstand more Powered by GliaStudio Because white gloves have many benefits. First, through white gloves, commissions cover up bribes and rationalize bribes. Manufacturers can claim to the outside world (even sign a formal agency contract), because through the relationship of agents, in order to stimulate sales, commissions need to be paid, and the accounting expenditure of bribes has also become well-founded.
Second, for Liao Wancheng, there is no need to speak directly dy has a fairly complete system to assess whether suppliers are "qualified", including the well-known "engineering management" (engineering management), "quality management" (quality management), "production management" (production management) ) and the “Management” (operation and management) and other four major systems, all of which will review the manufacturing, quality and credit background of suppliers, hoping to eliminate the possibility of human malpractices as much as possible. But to be honest, it is really not easy to put an end to Liao Wan's case. Taking buying a car as an example, under the same budget, can you say that choosing Mercedes is definitely better than BMW, or vice versa? The products provided by many suppliers are already competing with each other, so they choose to buy from manufacturer A instead of manufacturer B. As long as it is professionally necessary, it is usually difficult to say that there must be collusion behind it; and the delay in the acceptance and payment of manufacturers seems to be a problem for Hon Hai. There is no loss (and interest is earned), and nat