It Workers

Showing of 1 - 20 from 13 results
It Workers - Total results - 13
US takes H1-B visa registration process online for 2021 cap season; applications open 1 April, 2020
World

US takes H1-B visa registration process online for 2021 cap season; applications open 1 April, 2020

The H-1B visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows the US companies to employ foreign workers in speciality occupations that require theoretical or technical expertise

US says has received sufficient H-1B visas in just five days to meet 65,000 cap for FY 2020
Business

US says has received sufficient H-1B visas in just five days to meet 65,000 cap for FY 2020

The H-1B visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows the US companies to employ foreign workers in speciality occupations that require theoretical or technical expertise

Narendra Modi in US: Trade leverages can turn Donald Trump into a facilitator for closer bilateral ties
World

Narendra Modi in US: Trade leverages can turn Donald Trump into a facilitator for closer bilateral ties

The upcoming Narendra Modi-Donald Trump meeting in the United States might be more fruitful than a lot are giving it credit for.

Narendra Modi in US: Here's why India urgently needs a Donald Trump policy
World

Narendra Modi in US: Here's why India urgently needs a Donald Trump policy

Three days to go before Air Force One flies into Washington DC and politicians, think-tanks, policymakers and media are already engaged in feverish speculation on the outcome of Narendra Modi's first meeting with US president Donald Trump.

Narendra Modi in US: In dealing with a fickle Donald Trump, focus must be on building personal bond
World

Narendra Modi in US: In dealing with a fickle Donald Trump, focus must be on building personal bond

It is worth noting that Donald Trump will host Narendra Modi in their first face-to-face meeting on 26 June at the White House, not the US president's favourite Mar-a-Lago retreat where he schmoozed with Chinese president Xi Jinping or Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe.

Modi-Trump to meet on 26 June: US move to reduce number of H1-B visa slots, top agenda for India
India

Modi-Trump to meet on 26 June: US move to reduce number of H1-B visa slots, top agenda for India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will on 26 June hold talks with President Donald Trump on a range of issues, including terrorism and India's concerns over possible changes in H1B visa rules, in their first bilateral meeting after the new administration took over in the US.

H-1B visa: Data shows US companies bigger beneficiaries than Indian IT firms
Business

H-1B visa: Data shows US companies bigger beneficiaries than Indian IT firms

As per the data, of the 30 firms that received H1-B visas, 19 firms were headquartered in the US, with nine in India and two in France

Not just US, Singapore steps up to reduce visas for Indian IT professionals
Business

Not just US, Singapore steps up to reduce visas for Indian IT professionals

The Singapore government is of the opinion that it is essential for them to assess the benefit the Indian IT industry derives from the agreement.

Too early to predict the impact of Trump's policies on Indian workers, says Rajiv Pratap Rudy
News & Analysis

Too early to predict the impact of Trump's policies on Indian workers, says Rajiv Pratap Rudy

Union Minister Rajiv Pratap Rudy today refused to comment when asked about the apprehension that Indian IT professionals would lose jobs due to Trump's anti-immigration agenda.

Indian IT firms set to step up hiring new talent in USA in anticipation of more rigid Visa rules
News & Analysis

Indian IT firms set to step up hiring new talent in USA in anticipation of more rigid Visa rules

Anticipating a more protectionist U.S. technology visa programme under a Donald Trump administration, India's $150 billion IT services sector will speed up acquisitions in the United States and recruit more heavily from college campuses there.

Study says that 90 percent Indian IT workers hoard digital files and data
News & Analysis

Study says that 90 percent Indian IT workers hoard digital files and data

Ninety percent of IT decision makers (ITDMs) in Indian organisations admit they hoard data and are unwilling to share digital files, a new study revealed on Tuesday.

IT workers are having mental breakdowns, but nobody is doing anything about it
Life

IT workers are having mental breakdowns, but nobody is doing anything about it

Two incidents this week have once again highlighted a major problem afflicting IT workers: The frequent breakdown in their mental health

US firm told pay $40,000 for underpaying Indian workers in Los Angeles
World

US firm told pay $40,000 for underpaying Indian workers in Los Angeles

An IT company in US has been ordered to pay $40,000 in back wages to 8 Indian workers who worked up to 122 hours a week and received only $1.21 an hour.