U.S. Corporations have sent millions and millions of office jobs that were formerly based in American office buildings over to India …
12th December, 2011 - Posted by Jeffrey S. Weil, MCR.h, SIOR - No Comments
substantial cost savings, more flexibility (i.e. have you read the recent employer rules on what is required when you terminate an employee, and compare this with changing outsource offshore providers?) … and for those of you who are hopeful that maybe the overseas labor pool will get fully utilized at some point and become more expensive, possibly sending jobs back to America … think again! The LA Times 12-11-11 reported that in the past 11 years India has added more than 240 million people … future call center and back office workers?
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Posted on: December 12, 2011