Well-known technology companies, which even comprise the National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM), are all set to open a public campaign in Capitol Hill of Washington about the hiring of home staff in the United States. The movement is answer to the talks that have been going within the US political environment against off shoring of IT, in addition to back office jobs. The midterm election 2010 in the United Nations is schedule to be held in the first week of November and while only a small number of days are left for the election, the talks concerning the banishment of off shoring is reaching its peak.
Previously there have been obstacles for India’s subcontract industry. freshly, the industry was hit by the two recently introduced US legislations- the Mexico Border Security Bill, which augmented the visa cost by more than double; and the official banishment of any outsourcing of government IT work to off shoring firms introduced by Ohio.
In keeping with an official in one of the top firms, separately from the campaign, the firms seek other options to generate consciousness relating to local hiring, taxes paid and other initiatives. Indian tech firms are previously bringing campuses to educational institutions to employ talents. Lobbying, in addition to other initiatives taken on this matter have been so far productive to the companies.
It would be appealing to see how the political league in the United States reacts to this subject this time. The Midterm Election 2010 in United States will be held on 2nd of November.