Capitalism at, er, work.

Not being an employer myself nor self-employed, the only defence I have
against being treated like a grade 1 bolt that can type is to
continuously sell my skill set - and my platform's skill set - to my
employer.

It's going to take much more than slacktivism to overcome the political
power of big business.
--buck

On 5/31/2013 8:30 AM, TheBorg wrote:
http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2013/05/28/h1b-visa-high-tech-workers-afl-cio-editorials-debates/2367769/


[...]

Policy proposals from multinational corporations often come with slick,
poll-tested rhetoric. It is always worth digging deeper.
And the more you dig into the idea that we need to hugely expand the
number of employer-based temporary worker visas for tech companies, the
more you uncover the truth: This is about powerful companies pursuing
lower wages.

[...]


"Eric Lehti" wrote in message
news:mailman.1667.1365559066.7202.midrange-nontech@xxxxxxxxxxxx...

Who's Hiring H-1B Visa Workers? Not Microsoft or Google, but
offshore-outsourcing firms are

http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechconsidered/2013/04/03/176134694/Whos-Hir
ing-H1-B-Visa-Workers-Its-Not-Who-You-Might-Think


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