"Talent is the resource of virtue; virtue is the commander of talent" originates from the view of Sima Guang, a statesman of the Northern Song Dynasty, "wisdom is the basis of virtue, virtue is the commander of talent", which emphasizes that talent selection should have both virtue and talent and take virtue as the priority.
A virtuous person will put moral cultivation into his daily work, showing a good working attitude, quality and style. Employees are required to strengthen their cultivation and awareness, which is also the tempering of political quality and moral conduct.
"Talents have their own advantages. If they are suitable for use, they will be talented; if they are not, they will be obscure." When selecting and employing personnel, we should coordinate the relationship between employees and posts, provide the most appropriate employees for each post, and put each employee in the most appropriate post. Liu Bang, the Emperor Gaozu of the Han Dynasty, knew that "there is no military force with the land, and there is no literature in the crimson irrigation", so "because of their material, they can take it, and they can take it".