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Aug 06, 2017
Employees at Google angry with the anti-diversity manifesto that went viral inside the companyIn July, Google emerged triumphant in its fight with the US Department of Labour over supplying pay gap data.
Jul 17, 2017
Google wins a case against the Department of Labour for providing pay gap dataThe department had asked for job data up to 15 years old and wanted far-ranging personal data that included addresses and contact info for over 25,000 employees.
Apr 25, 2017
Nasscom calls out US lies: Infy, TCS got only 8.8% H-1B visas; India accounts for less than 20%The apex body's clarification was in response to a US official last week accusing top Indian IT firms TCS and Infosys of unfairly cornering majority of the H-IB visas, by applying more in the lottery system.
Apr 24, 2017
H-1B visa issue: US accuses Infosys, TCS, Cognizant of violating norms, cornering lion's share of visasAll the three Indian firms refused to comment on the US administration comment.
Apr 20, 2017
H-1B visa issue: 'Indian nationals are in demand in the US because of skills they have'Indian nationals are in demand in the US because of the skills they have. The Indian IT industry is a net creator of jobs in the US.
Jan 31, 2017
Donald Trump's H-1B Bill: Proposal to double minimum wage could cripple Indian IT industryThe bill would require that employers first offer a vacant position to an equally or better qualified American worker before seeking an H-1B or L-1 visa holder
Sep 09, 2015
Infosys says cleared in H1-B visa probe by US Labour DepartmentWASHINGTON The U.S. Labour Department has cleared Infosys Ltd ( INFY.NS ) of any wrongdoing and closed its investigation after American technology workers at Southern California Edison ( SCE_pe.A ) complained their jobs were wrongfully outsourced to foreigners working on H-1B visas, Infosys has confirmed. "Infosys fully cooperated with the (Department of Labour) in this activity," the company told Reuters in a statement, noting the company was confident from the start that it had complied with U.S.