US court allows case alleging â€˜culture of biasâ€™ against Indian IT giant to proceed
The move to sue the federal government is seen as the latest in a long series of measures adopted by organizations that feel H-1B workers are stealing American jobs.
The facility is part of the companyâ€™s plans to create 10,000 American jobs.
Former CEO of Infosys Vishal Sikka resigned on August 18. His exit is often blamed on excessive interference from its founder Narayan Murthy.
Nilekani might pacify investor anxiety but Infosys’s choice of CEO is also being viewed curiously.
Will Sikkaâ€™s resignation overshadow Infosys hire-American strategy?
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Board distressed by the personal attacks on employees
Indian IT service provider Wipro fears decrease in business due to Trumpâ€™s trade policies; consequently, the impact would fall on the H-1B visa aspirants too.
Nagaraju Surepalli was in the US for the last three years
Infosys announced its plan to hire more Americans earlier in May
Infosys Limited clinched to the top position, again; though, it filed 31 percent lesser LCAs for the fiscal year 2016, than the previous year.
The newly hired Americans will serve for its US clients
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Companies such as Infosys and TCS can automate and offshore jobs to cater to their US clientele.
The administration wants to implement a â€˜merit-basedâ€™ immigration policy.
The move is likely to incur additional operational cost for the company.
The industry will mark nine to 10 percent growth, Kris Gopalakrishnan said.
The company has not raised visa requests for system engineers and senior engineers.
The Indian tech giant maintains that lawsuit filed by four ex-employees lack merit.
Contract likely to be awarded in March 2018.
Indian IT companies scramble to put in place new strategies.
Kris Gopalakrishnan says Indiaâ€™s IT sector can recover.
Some payments, however, has been suspended.
Aggregation on platforms will increase, says Infosys co-founder.