H1-B Visa Restrictions: Experts Say US Too Will Feel The Heat Of Donald Trump’s Plan

Today a legislation impacting H1-B visa programme has been introduced in the US House of Representatives making it difficult for companies in the US to employ skilled foreign workers. Among other things, the bill more than doubled the minimum wage requirement of…

This Country Will Be Most Impacted If US Passes New H-1B Visa Bill

It may not be a good time to be a techie in America. Correction: It may not be a good time to be a non-American in Trump's America. "Skilled foreign workers who come to work in the US by the…

Blow For Indian IT: New US Bill Proposes Doubling Wage Limit For H1B Visa

India's information technology (IT) sector will face temporary setback to move workers from India to the US with the bill introduced in the US House of Representatives that mandates minimum wages of H1B visa holders at $130,000, double the current…

Trump-Wary IT Body Nasscom To Meet US Policy Makers Soon

Amid widespread concerns over impending policies of Donald Trump, who is set to take charge as US President from Friday, Nasscom is planning a visit to the US in the next few weeks to reach out to American policymakers and…

Flashback 2016: Year Of Uncertainties For IT Sector

Information technology industry strived to find newer opportunities and markets in 2016 as geopolitical uncertainties, a challenging business climate and technological shift clouded outlook. “The world market is leaning towards protectionism,” said Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst and CEO, Greyhound…

Nasscom rejects Murthy’s ‘immigration agents’ comment on Indian IT firms

The National Association of Software and Services Companies (Nasscom) rejected NR Narayana Murthy's comment wherein he called Indian IT firms as behaving like "immigration agents." Sanchit Gogia, chief analyst and CEO, Greyhound Research, explained that the Indian services model is just not…

Nasscom rejects Murthy’s comment calling Indian IT firms immigration agents

N R N Murthy, co-founder Infosys, may have stirred up a hornet's nest by saying Indian IT firms behave like immigration agents, but the model that he claims he created to be less dependent on visa's did not yield the…

Nasscom rejects Murthy’s comment calling Indian IT firms ‘immigration agents’

N R N Murthy, co-founder Infosys, may have stirred up a hornet's nest by saying Indian IT firms behave like immigration agents, but the model that he claims he created to be less dependent on visa's did not yield the…