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I’m amazed at the series of articles this lady did.
She doesn’t appear to have a technology background like I do, but she saw right through the lies of the Technology Industry.
I am nearing the end of my series of blogs on the issue of some major U.S. companies replacing American technical workers with foreign stem (science, technical, engineering and math) college graduates, who are holding H-1B or L-1B visas. These businesses not only replace their U.S. employees with less expensive labor but often, they also expect those fired to train their replacements. The intent of these organizations’ executives is to cut costs to improve their bottom line in order to please their stockholders, investors, Wall Street and business news pundits. Then these top level managers frequently award themselves huge salary increases and bonuses.
When you see them at the country club, turn your nose up and your back to them as they deserve no better.
Two Indiana plants that make products for the heating, ventilating and air conditioning industry are shifting their manufacturing operations to Mexico, which will cost about 2,100 workers their jobs, company officials announced Wednesday.
Carrier is shuttering its manufacturing facility on Indianapolis’ west side, eliminating about 1,400 jobs during the next three years.
United Technologies Electronic Controls announced Wednesday that it will move its Huntington manufacturing operations to a new plant in Mexico, costing the northeastern Indiana city 700 jobs by 2018. Those workers make microprocessor-based controls for the HVAC and refrigeration industries.
Carrier Corp. and UTEC are units of Hartford, Conn.-based United Technologies Corp.
Carrier announced it would begin eliminating its Indianapolis workforce in 2017 and continue the layoffs through 2019. The company’s plan is being discussed with United Steelworkers Local 1999, which represents the employees who face termination.
Worth taking a look at.