Re: Re: Not real
by usnri on Jun 24, 2011 08:40 AM
companies bill one offshore employee under 2 projects, if that is not wrong , then working in 2 companies is also not wrong. where in the Indian law says, you cannot do 2 jobs. It is very common in US, where you can work extra hours with a different company.
The article is refreshing. Atleast some body has shown courage by raising voice of employees. In the context of Indian IT industry, people are considered just resources. If you not, then some body else will do your work. Even if the person replacing has less skills. So what if client suffers. We have an excuse, we are not been able to hire the right resource.
Recently, came across a HR manager while giving interview. I said there is lot of politics in organisations. He asked me do i know meaning of politics and according to her, it was how you manage people. C'mon than what is the definetion of Management? Why there are people in Management with Management degress from big B-Schools.
We already have politicians who are not been able to stop corruption or promote right people where it matters. We don't want same to happen to corporate world.
Seems organisations are happy making money and its im-material for them as to who works for them and whether clients get their value for money.
But be aware, time is changing. With US outsourcing restrictions, knowledge will become power again!
Re: Very much true!
by Sameer on Jun 24, 2011 07:18 AM
This is not "indian IT " industry concept. This is the global concept that has taken root in India. You seriously cannot expect to take a lumpsome home when compared to many other jobs and expect job security as well right ?
Re: Frustrated author
by Injun Abhi on Jun 24, 2011 07:18 AM
you like to bury your head in the sand, dont you? And by the way do you think it takes a lot to get an IT job? An engineering degree and some English speaking skills (sometimes not even that) is all you need!