Wu Meihua, everyone used to call her sister Wu, entered Xugong in 1997, and is now an "old employee" with 18 years of service. From the electrician on duty in the power distribution room to the workers in the branch factory to the salary management of the human resources department, Sister Wu has been busy in many positions. A little thing some time ago, it deeply aroused my respect for her.
Because of the sudden change in the weather, sister Wu caught a cold. Coughing, fever, and headache, but it's a day of salary. What to do, colleagues in the office came to condolences Wu.
"Well, you don't look like this, you have to go to the hospital right away!" "I'm fine!"
"Let's take a leave and go to the hospital first!" "I'm fine!"
"It's the same after getting cured and coming back to work!" "I'm fine!"
At this time, the department leader also came over. "The body is the most important. You can lay down your work first, and take time off to go to the hospital!"
Facing the concern of colleagues and leaders, Wu Meihua was grateful, but all declined politely. Then everyone heard a story, a story that made everyone bow their heads.
When she was young, Sister Wu's family was not very good. All of her family's source of income was the weak salary of Sister Wu's father. Coupled with the large number of children at home, the whole family appeared to be particularly constrained. Sister Wu, who is still in elementary school, is most afraid of September 1st every year-the school starts. On this day, it is customary to pay tuition. Father's salary is paid at the end of each month and at the beginning of each month, and the time is not fixed. If the salary master is in a good mood, everyone can get the salary in advance, but more often it is postponed, or even ten days. It is conceivable that most of the time, Sister Wu paid her tuition later than her classmates. Each time she was called by the teacher in the class, which left an indelible mark on her young mind. Unexpectedly, when I grew up, I was actually engaged in salary work. From the moment he stepped into the post, Wu Meihua vowed silently that no matter what the reason, she must ensure that the employees' wages are paid in time on a monthly basis. Because she knew better than anyone what was behind the pay on time. Behind a salary is likely to be the life-saving money that the whole family is eagerly awaiting, the medical expenses to be paid by parents for hospitalization, the tuition fees for children to go to school, and the down payment for young employees to buy a house.
After hearing this story, everyone was thinking about something and stopped talking. Although the income level of employees has generally increased, Sister Wu still uses her actions to implement her original vows. In Sister Wu's words, "It is the most important thing to pay wages on time."
Finally, everyone received a text message reminder of the salary being paid on time, but at this moment, Sister Wu was admitted to the hospital. It may be that for many people, the salary for that month is not different, but the salary is received on time as usual. But for us, for the colleagues who witnessed everything happening, the salary of that month was particularly heavy.
Later, I understood that it was a kind of thing called responsibility, which supported Sister Wu's persistence in the post of screwing.
I would like to pay tribute to all the screws of XCMG!
Comment: In the XCMG ship, everyone is a screw, and each screw sticks to his post, pays silently, and contributes to ensuring that the ship can ride the wind and waves. Sister Wu is one of the most common. Eighteen years as a day, Wu Meihua fully carried forward the spirit of XCMG screws, and persisted and dedicated. Persevere in your position and guarantee that the salary will be paid to each employee on time every month; dedicate your youth and dedicate the best years to the cause of XCMG.