Articles by Infosys

  • Infosys Accused of Employee Discrimination, Former Worker Repeatedly Called "Stupid American"

    August 06 2013 3:21 PM

    IT outsourcing firm Infosys has been accused of discrimination against "stupid Americans" and is currently facing a class-action lawsuit. The lawsuit was filed by VMware specialist Brenda Koehler in the U.S. District Court in Eastern Wisconsin who claimed that Infosys has been abusing the visa system and actively discriminates against hiring American workers for staff positions.

  • IT Outsourcers to Work around U.S. Immigration Bill Capping Work Visas

    July 30 2013 1:19 PM

    In a rebuttal to the numerous threats to halt outsourcing to the United States, Indian IT firms are considering seeking more green card, or permanent visas for their employees. This would prevent IT employees from going through the work status, H-1B visa cuts planned by the U.S. senate

  • Indian IT to Take on Offshore Jobs as Strategy Against U.S., Australia Visa Restrictions

    July 23 2013 9:37 AM

    IT exporters like Infosys are looking into strategies of stalling their employees from working overseas, as calls for immigration reform have urged politicians to respond to loss of jobs and a pushback in the economy.

  • Aussie Bill: No "Carte Blanche" Work Visas for Indian IT Workers; Infosys, Satyam Most Exposure in Australia

    July 04 2013 11:37 AM

    Following the trail of a recent immigration bill backed by U.S. President Barack Obama and the Senate, Australia has passed a similar bill that enforces a provision for foreign firms to advertise and prove a need for skilled workers before a visa issued.

  • Infosys Disappoints with its Forecast

    April 15 2013 9:12 AM

    Infosys Ltd sadly let down markets and analysts with its forecast for the new fiscal year began April. Concurrently, the India's No. 2 services exporter released its data on the fourth quarter showing that its quarterly profit climbed about 3.4 percent. The news was not welcomed by markets as stock prices drastically dropped after the statement.

  • Delays in Regulatory Approvals Force Australian Coal Miner to Drop New Projects in India

    October 03 2012 5:49 PM

    Delays in securing much needed regulatory approvals in India have compelled Australian coal miner India Resources to cancel developing new projects in the power-crisis stricken country.

  • What's the Greenest Company in the Nation?

    October 19 2011 1:23 PM

    Newsweek releases its 2011 Green Rankings. What other U.S. companies are seriously green?

  • Through the Looking Glass

    October 10 2011 12:24 PM

    Understanding your risk profile at the start of your outsourcing journey can save you and your company a lot of time, money and potential issues. So why should you care about business process outsourcing (BPO)?

  • U.S Border security bill could strain U.S.-India tech relations

    August 06 2010 5:46 PM

    By Tim Conneally, BetanewsJust ahead of the August recess Thursday, the U.S. Senate passed a $600 million border security bill introduced by Senators Chuck Schumer (D- NY) and Claire McCaskill (D- MO). The bill, according to McCaskill's press office, will "raise fees on a handful of foreign corporat...