Spoken like a true blue liberal.
When they want to pay turd world wages and same damn you for wanting to remain in the birth country of America, hell yes I say screw them.
I got a degree, they lie to Congress that there aren’t enough people in this country to do the work, then they pocket the difference.
Middle management is going abroad as well. So is simple legal work, financial work, graphic design.
It isn’t just the computer nerds who are up sh!t creek.
The dirty secret is that corporate America is unhappy with Indian labor but they like the salary levels.
How that Obamacare working for you?
IBM Offers To Move Laid Off Workers To India
http://www.informationweek.com/news/management/outsourcing/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=213000389&cid=RSSfeed_IWK_News ^ | Feb. 2, 2009 | Paul McDougall
“IBM has established Project Match to help you locate potential job opportunities in growth markets where your skills are in demand,” IBM says in an internal notice on the initiative. “Should you accept a position in one of these countries, IBM offers financial assistance to offset moving costs, provides immigration support, such as visa assistance, and other support to help ease the transition of an international move.” The document states that the program is limited to “satisfactory performers who have been notified of separation from IBM U.S. or Canada and are willing to work on local terms and conditions.” The latter indicates that workers will be paid according to prevailing norms in the countries to which they relocate. In many cases, that could be substantially less than what they earned in North America.
IBM has laid off more than 4,000 workers in the United States since the beginning of January, according to an employee group. The company has confirmed layoffs but won’t comment on specific numbers.
A spokesman for Alliance@IBM, a workers’ group that’s affiliated with the Communications Workers of America but which does not have official union status at IBM, slammed the program. “IBM is not only offshoring IBM U.S. jobs but they want employees to offshore themselves through Project Match,” said the spokesman.
An IBM spokesman said the program shouldn’t be seen in that light. “It’s more of a vehicle for people who want to expand their life experience by working somewhere else,” said the spokesman. “A lot of people want to work in India.”