And you sorry bastards deserve to lose for what you have done to the American Software Developers.
If you are an American working for HCL, I want to know how they are treating you.
Anonymously of course – tips to email@example.com
HCL Technologies, India’s fifth largest software company, does not believe that it will be affected by Trump’s threats. Asked about the possibility of a backlash against the IT industry in America after the debut of Trump-led government, HCL Technologies chief financial officer Anil Chanana told the Indian affiliate of CNBC that the company has taken steps to reduce reliance on visas. In addition, the company is carrying out a local recruitment program worldwide.
In the U.S., HCL Technologies hires about 16,000 staff and 65% are already American workers. With total of 110,000 employees and annual revenue of $6.6 billion, HCL along with its subsidiaries, operates in 32 countries around the world and is the third-largest business process outsourcing services provider in India. It offers services in technology, enterprise consulting, applications consulting and information technology-enabled and infrastructure businesses.
In contrast, HCL’s Indian competitors have hired a lower percentage of Americans as part of their workforce in the U.S., with 50% of Wipro staff in the U.S. being locals and even lower percentages for TCS and Infosys, said Kuldeep Koul, senior research analyst at ICICI Securities in Mumbai. “HCL Tech is the least impacted by the H1B visa issue.”