Posts Tagged ‘foreign worker’

Jun
2015
17

Indian Temp Visa Holder Blows Whistle on Slew of Violations in Multi-Million Dollar IT Class Action

Indian Temp Visa Holder Blows Whistle on Slew of Violations in Multi-Million Dollar IT Class Action
  A class action lawsuit against information technology (IT) company Wipro claims that the company misclassified up to 200 employees in order to avoid paying them overtime wages.  The case was brought by Suri Payala, an Indian national who worked for Wipro on a L-1B visa as a computer technician.  L-1B visas allow foreign workers [&hellip…;
Apr
2015
30

Visa Vie: DOL, DHS Issue Another Interim Final Rule for H-2B Guest Worker Definitions, Protections

Visa Vie: DOL, DHS Issue Another Interim Final Rule for H-2B Guest Worker Definitions, Protections
    The Department of Labor (DOL) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) have issued an interim final rule concerning H-2B visas, which will provide additional protections to both U.S. and foreign workers.  The new rule sets the methodology for determining prevailing wages for H-2B workers based on the Occupational Employment…
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Feb
2015
10

Ouch-sourcing: SoCal Utility Made Workers Train Their Foreign Visa Replacements Before Firing Them

Ouch-sourcing: SoCal Utility Made Workers Train Their Foreign Visa Replacements Before Firing Them
  It is not often that the American public has a good reason to praise Rep. Darrell Issa and his political philosophies, but there is at least one issue which the California Republican gets right: foreign worker visas. On this topic he understands what is best for the country, as evidenced by his speaking out [&hellip…;
Aug
2014
19

Damning Docs: Alberta Labor Leaders Find New Proof of Gov’t Role in Wage Suppression

  Alberta Federation of Labour (AFL) President Gil McGowan claims documents unearthed by an Access to Information request show the Canadian government colluded with businesses to use the temporary foreign worker (TFW) program to repress wages in certain industries. The program, which has made some changes after coming under fire in the past…