My first job was in a state-owned enterprise. At that time, the boss of HR kept instructing our newcomers: Before doing work, remember that HR has an official seal on the mouth—many, many employees think so—some things must not be messed up. Say, what you can’t say, and you can’t leave a written record. In HR work, it is still necessary to think carefully, speak carefully, and act cautiously. Don’t let the fragile personal or company brand and trust that have been established before break down because of a word or action. Once the trust is broken, it is very difficult to re-establish it, more difficult than to build it from scratch. So HR must keep your mouth shut. Regardless of the role of the human resources department in the company, management, support or partners, the role of HR will cause employees to mistakenly expand our personal image to corporate cultural values, and take personal views as true The official conclusion is that HR often has to come into contact with a lot of things that are as small as the company’s strategy and employees’ privacy, so shut up, that is, professional ethics and personal cultivation. In addition, pay attention to the sense of proportion and boundaries. When it comes to personal morality or character, many times there is no single standard. Some people have high moral standards, some have low moral limits, some have rigorous personalities, and some have large scales and like to joke. There is a truth to learn from: If you don’t know if you can do this, then ask yourself: If this matter will be sent to the company tomorrow, or if you want to talk to your mother about this matter/substitute into it In your mother’s body, you think there is no embarrassment for you, that’s okay. This is the sense of ethics and boundaries. When it is bigger, HR is the link between organization, business and people. When it is smaller, HR is the bridge between managers and employees. A lot of information is collected and disseminated by us, especially the sense of sense of proportion and boundary between people and information. sensitive.