A group that represents IT professionals has criticised the Australian Government for "tinkering around the edges" with the skilled migration visa policy, which it says "is not a satisfactory response to the number of workers from overseas that are being bought in to fill low-level IT jobs in Australia".
Swiss bank Credit Suisse has found an easy way to get rid of IT employees as part of a cost-cutting drive: simply transfer them to the Indian outsourcing company which is doing its work.
The head of a global technology services firm that has never availed itself of H-1B visas says it does so because the H1-B is not in the best interest of foreign workers.
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