Archive for April, 2002

Emotions Run Hot on H-1Bs

Emotions Run Hot on H-1Bs Numbers difficult to track; impact of visas debated By BRIAN SULLIVAN (April 29, 2002)  It would be easier to separate sheets of wet tissue paper pounded flat by a hammer than to separate fact from fiction in the H-1B debate. Employers say foreign workers fill gaps left by a dearth of [...]

Wages: How To Underpay H-1B Workers

Introduction One of the canards H-1B supporters use is the claim that H-1B is not used to depress wages because the law requires employers to pay the prevailing wage. Yet, whenever the government releases salary figures for H-1B programmers they are significantly less then what Americans make. The following is a real example of how [...]

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