Thread regarding Walmart layoffs

H1B Visa Abuse - Infosys, Wipro and Cognizant

Walmart ISD is in bed with companies like Infosys, Cognizant and Wipro for the sole purpose of bringing in lower cost labor to undercut American workers. You don't have to read very far into these stories to see what's going on.

Note the details of the federal lawsuit that was just settled with Infosys in the top link:

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More on Infosys abuse:

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More on Infosys and let's don't forget Cognizant:

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We should be demanding an investigation into collusion between Walmart leadership and these blood s---ing companies. There's probably a money trail. Bribes. Under the table payoffs.

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There might actually be a silver lining to downloadbesttorrentblog.rus. If Walmart lays off a number of H1Bs, there's a significant cost savings to the tune to tens of thousands of dollars per H1B.

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It is the way of the Company. It started with the previous CEO bringing a Latino base of management in with him and now the currant CEO has brought a British base in with him (and New Zealand). Out sourcing and hiring associates from India and China is a simple savings plan. Very smart people, have been trained not to challenge leadership and does what they are told and usually no more. Their alternative if not is to go back home to a lot lower paying jobs.

Do not be mad at them, look to the leadership, and the government for making this possible.

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is right the Chutneys want to deflect on Chinese even though there are hardly any Chinese in ISD and indians make up over 10% of Bentonville. We are not that “stoopid” Indians.

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I've seen those posts in several threads, too. But, I'm betting those posts are really coming from one of the Indian H1Bs trying to deflect the focus on the real problem - Indian abuse of the H1B program. We have to call it what it is.

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Ok so someone in California needs to get their obviously Chinese psychopath anonymous poster under control. Cmon nothing is truly anonymous on the web so someone please do something with this crazy person. This can’t be a safe work environment for anyone working near this person the views are obviously sociopathic

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I wonder if Walmart leadership will take the opportunity to get rid of some H1Bs when they layoff the 1,000 associates in Bentonville the next two weeks? If so, that would be an incredible improvement and show of faith.

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Not to get off the subject, but, I found something in this thread that might have a bearing here:

http://downloadbesttorrentblog.ru/t/RcCVVqG

Quoting from that thread (see the last sentence):

"Remember when they brought in Cognizant Indians who were cheaper than keeping US Walmart Associates in those jobs? Now, they're moving the jobs to Walmart Associates in India and they'll be even cheaper than the Cognizant Indians. I'm sure this decision was made by Indian Sr. Directors or VPs..... I guess they gotta take care of their home boys."

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I see you've placed another highly intelligent post in this thread, too. It speaks for itself. I don't think anyone could have made the point any clearer.

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They aren’t cheaper. I have seen with my own two eyes, a couple of H1B apps posted in random break rooms in ISD backwards on the wall. The couple I saw were ~90k a year. I think they have to claim that no qualified citizen was found, hence posting in print, in random break rooms, backwards on the wall....

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They were probably referring to the fact that Indians often eat foods with extremely strong and persistent scents, which have now pervaded the breakroom microwaves because there are so many H1B Indian workers there.

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In the 608 building. Indians keep putting pennies in the vending machines and it breaks them.

I have gotten probably 20 emails over the last 2 years notifying us to please stop using pennies in the vending machines

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Microwaves? What does that have to do with anything?

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Please tell us what we are thinking but not saying???

I mean ALL of the microwaves can’t be used anymore in DGtC if you intend for them to taste as intended now!!

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No one has yet said the obvious. We're all thinking it, but no one is saying it.

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How many of them own patents or published white papers if they are highly skilled? Same goes to Sunnyvale, San Bruno office as well. It's a shock to see so many sr dir, dir, sr man, manga are Indians who are on visa and won't allow any others to become managers. Not all are highly skilled.

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We are all thinking what?

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Truthfully speaking most of these h1bs are con artist. They learn enough to (sound) like an expert but most only have elementary skills in their subjects... this is because most of them are fresh out of school with no real world experience other then the sweatshop they work for... just look in the slack channels at how they are so quick and rude to ask for examples and assistance with stuff. Why do you think we do a lot of video interviews now too ?? If there wasn’t video, the Indian would have someone else do the interview for them who actually has experience .... no offense to them, everyone wants a better life, but conning is not the way

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No one has said the obvious yet. We're all thinking it, but no one is saying it.

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It's time for H1Bs to return back to their country for employment. I'm a USA Citizen and I would like to keep my engineering job instead of having it given to an H1B. Trump should cancel the H1B visa program since there is so much corruption (especially by third party H1B vendors who take a share of the H1B employees salary).

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When I started at Walmart ISD I made $65k. Why do we always BLAME other races for our own problems. Half of of the programmers who are not H1Bs complain about learning new technologies. I applaud anybody who is committed to continuous learning.

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Those Bachelors degrees are not in psychology, communications or hotel management. Most of those degrees are 4 year STEM equivalent programs. Also, All H1B filed by these companies are according to law which was written in 90's and it has to be revisited by gov. and will be done in next couple of months. IT evolved so much in past decade and now it is America's time to invest money for free/subsidized STEM courses instead of on Military. (I am sure US is not at war right now).

Below is the link to defense budget comparison

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How many people in WMT Technology employed by WMT do not have college degrees? I know that there are Directors and Sr. Directors without them.

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"80% of H1B workers that Tata, Cognizant, Infosys bring into the U.S. hold no more than a Bachelors degree.” I would be surprised if most have a bachelor's degree. I've seen h1b's teaching themselves "IT" from youtube and other "online academies." Indian computer studies tend to be very outdated too, explains why 90s ebay legacy leaders love them so much..

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Many fortune 100 companies are in bed with 3rd world Indian sh--hole companies.

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The White House on H1B

“…and those top three companies are companies that have an average wage for H1B visas between $60,000 and $65,000. By contrast, the median Silicon Valley software engineer’s wage is probably around $150,000.”

Prof. Ron Hira on H1B

“Average wage for an H-1B employee at Infosys in FY13 was $70,882 and for

Tata it was $65,565.

80% of H1B workers that Tata, Cognizant, Infosys bring into the U.S. hold no more than a Bachelors degree.”

Source - Ron Hira, Harvard University

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Thank you for sharing this - #H1B scams need to be exposed

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