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^^  assam train 

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Just now, kevinUsa said:

she and I am from same school

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15 years back america lo witch companies gola lenappudu thellolu, nallolu assalu care chese vallu kadu h1b issue ni. ippudu Indians ni thiduthunnaru ante daniki karanam witch companies. desam ki sani gallu witch companies. vallani desam nunchi tharimeyyali

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Just now, greensboro said:

15 years back america lo witch companies gola lenappudu thellolu, nallolu assalu care chese vallu kadu h1b issue ni. ippudu Indians ni thiduthunnaru ante daniki karanam witch companies. desam ki sani gallu witch companies. vallani desam nunchi tharimeyyali

 

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full video unda link with out subscription ?

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1 hour ago, TampaChinnodu said:

prathi dom**ri m***nda  delivery manager portfolio manager ani mudra esukoni opt/h1 ni anevalle , paradoxically they live off such people. Monna Hyd lo edo lafoot colllege  lo MBA chesi ma cousin TCS lo Hr aindi, Software Engg em undi picha lite , na kinda 100 ppl unnaru ante software engineers lekunda mee hr and other support functions picha lite ani cheppa

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full eedio vunda ekkada ina

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13 hours ago, greensboro said:

15 years back america lo witch companies gola lenappudu thellolu, nallolu assalu care chese vallu kadu h1b issue ni. ippudu Indians ni thiduthunnaru ante daniki karanam witch companies. desam ki sani gallu witch companies. vallani desam nunchi tharimeyyali

already the damange is done man.

its time to increase our race..

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Then comes the deception. After the training, the OPT students have some basic understanding and knowledge of the skill in which they are trained. But the market is different. Not many companies want to hire freshers’.  They look for experienced hands-on people who can come in and finish the job within the time line. So the art of resume fixing kicks in. A fresh out of college student with 6 weeks'of training gets his resume fixed by the companies. Projects, companies they worked in, the skills and the kicker !- the number of years of experience are all stretched beyond recognition. The final product is a perfect looking resume with a minimum of 6 - 7 years’ experience with all the right skills that the market demands. This resume is of the guy who can barely answer the most basic question in the skill he claims to be an expert with many years of hands on experience. It doesn’t stop there, now that the resume is ready the lies are further strengthened by having the names ready for reference checks if it comes to that. The references are also in cahoots. 

Next stage is the interview. How does someone attend an interview confidently when he/ she claims to have 7 years’ when actually it is just 6 weeks’ of training material - he/she doesn’t? The candidate or the company hires someone to ***** interviews. They have become so creative that proxies are done even with video interviews. One might think how is it even possible? As I said they are getting more and more cleverer.

With all the deception they finally land the job depriving a well deserving guy of the opportunity. When they go to the work spot, they have the full support of the company that markets them. They get online assistance to work on the project for 3 to 4 months. Coding, bug fixing all done remote. They just have to pretend to work and know how to manage. Most of the times they get away with it, sometimes they get kicked out due to non-performance. They don’t care, they just move on the next job.

IT staffing companies like ours that depend on resources in the market to make placements with the clients for their needs gets hit badly. Our reputation is ruined, we lose clients, credibility and business. We have learnt the hard way and have made our internal screening process stronger and with more scrutiny. But we are losing to other companies which actually don’t do it, take the risk, place these OPT students. It’s a vicious cycle.

I don’t think the US government is even aware of this. The election year talks so much about the immigration policies and H1 restrictions and so on. But the poison spreading in the industry is happening right under their noses. There is no law, no penalty and people are doing it since there are no repercussions. Every year loads and loads of these people are coming to the country.

The government and law makers have to wake up  to the fact that these deceiving students and companies are depriving students who are born here and spend thousands of dollars to get their degree and hoping to make a good life for themselves.

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Just now, Quickgun_murugan said:

Then comes the deception. After the training, the OPT students have some basic understanding and knowledge of the skill in which they are trained. But the market is different. Not many companies want to hire freshers’.  They look for experienced hands-on people who can come in and finish the job within the time line. So the art of resume fixing kicks in. A fresh out of college student with 6 weeks'of training gets his resume fixed by the companies. Projects, companies they worked in, the skills and the kicker !- the number of years of experience are all stretched beyond recognition. The final product is a perfect looking resume with a minimum of 6 - 7 years’ experience with all the right skills that the market demands. This resume is of the guy who can barely answer the most basic question in the skill he claims to be an expert with many years of hands on experience. It doesn’t stop there, now that the resume is ready the lies are further strengthened by having the names ready for reference checks if it comes to that. The references are also in cahoots. 

Next stage is the interview. How does someone attend an interview confidently when he/ she claims to have 7 years’ when actually it is just 6 weeks’ of training material - he/she doesn’t? The candidate or the company hires someone to ***** interviews. They have become so creative that proxies are done even with video interviews. One might think how is it even possible? As I said they are getting more and more cleverer.

With all the deception they finally land the job depriving a well deserving guy of the opportunity. When they go to the work spot, they have the full support of the company that markets them. They get online assistance to work on the project for 3 to 4 months. Coding, bug fixing all done remote. They just have to pretend to work and know how to manage. Most of the times they get away with it, sometimes they get kicked out due to non-performance. They don’t care, they just move on the next job.

IT staffing companies like ours that depend on resources in the market to make placements with the clients for their needs gets hit badly. Our reputation is ruined, we lose clients, credibility and business. We have learnt the hard way and have made our internal screening process stronger and with more scrutiny. But we are losing to other companies which actually don’t do it, take the risk, place these OPT students. It’s a vicious cycle.

I don’t think the US government is even aware of this. The election year talks so much about the immigration policies and H1 restrictions and so on. But the poison spreading in the industry is happening right under their noses. There is no law, no penalty and people are doing it since there are no repercussions. Every year loads and loads of these people are coming to the country.

The government and law makers have to wake up  to the fact that these deceiving students and companies are depriving students who are born here and spend thousands of dollars to get their degree and hoping to make a good life for themselves.

ee pichi mundaki teliyanidi entante... atleast they are getting the things done.. not just taking jobs and making money .. they r working hard and by hook or crook getting the job done.. anthe.. that's what a company expect from an experienced person or fresher

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13 hours ago, kevinUsa said:

she and I am from same school

aa pichi mundaki teliyanidi entante... atleast they are getting the things done.. not just taking jobs and making money .. they r working hard and by hook or crook getting the job done.. anthe.. that's what a company expect from an experienced person or fresher

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Aipoindi anta @3$%

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