When Infosys comes in through the front door, American employees get forced out the back door into homelessness, suicide, or extreme poverty.

Doesn’t matter if it is a private firm, or a government agency. When Infosys comes in through the front door, American employees get forced out the back door into homelessness, suicide, or extreme poverty. Why is this firm allowed to operate in America?

That employee was one of at least dozens of members of Looker’s US-based support team who lost their jobs in early March. The decision had been planned “a few months in advance,” one Google Cloud exec said in an internal town hall after the layoffs, a recording of which was shared with Emerging Tech Brew. But until the day before, some Looker managers had no idea—even Looker’s head of engineering did not find out until after the fact.

Looker’s support team, known as the Department of Customer Love (DCL), plans to rely primarily on outsourced labor through contractors from Infosys, an IT staffing firm headquartered in India. For three months before the layoffs, Google Cloud executives tasked DCL employees with designing training programs for the new contractors, not knowing that their own roles were on the chopping block.

“We always asked, ‘What’s the goal of this? Why are we bringing on these [contractor] teams? Are our jobs at stake?’” The employee, who requested anonymity, recalled. “They would always be like, ‘No, no, no, of course not, we just want to bring on the [contractors] so that you guys can get more time off [customer] chat to work on other projects that we have.’…The timeline felt really aggressive.”

Google acquired the startup almost exactly two years earlier, for $2.6 billion—the first major acquisition under Google Cloud’s current CEO, Thomas Kurian. Since its 2012 debut, Looker had been steadily expanding in staff and scope and had landed clients like Kickstarter, Asana, TaskRabbit, and Moderna. One of Looker’s goals is to help provide “scalable machine learning,” like allowing users to pair ML models with organized data sets. In theory, its software platform makes Google Cloud even more attractive to clients looking to parse their reams of data.

Before layoffs hit Google-owned Looker, workers unknowingly trained their replacements (emergingtechbrew.com)

To see why your community and family should care about the number of guest workers imported each year, lets look at the numbers as a financial transaction

Keep in mind that there were no profits to be distributed because our balance was in the red.

Current Population Survey

The Current Population Survey (CPS) is a monthly survey of households conducted by the Bureau of Census for the Bureau of Labor Statistics. It provides a comprehensive body of data on the labor forceemploymentunemployment, persons not in the labor forcehours of workearnings, and other demographic and labor force characteristics.

You can find the government info by clicking here.

Here at Keep America At Work, we take the data that they produce and use it to produce a job gains or loss column so that we can provide this chart for you.

We do this because in our news media, you will hear story after story about how our employers can’t find enough workers and our government produces a JOLTS report that says there are 10 million open jobs out there.

So ask yourself this question.

If those jobs are available, why are we only creating 1 1/2 million jobs per year on average?

After all, if those jobs were filled and so many people like myself are desperate to find work, wouldn’t we see an increase of 10 million in hiring, a decrease in 10 million of unemployment, and things like that?

The spreadsheet we downloaded and used to create this chart can be downloaded by clicking on the following link.

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Current Employment Survey

Each month, CES surveys approximately 122,000 businesses and government agencies, representing approximately 666,000 individual worksites.

You can find the government data by clicking here.

Here at Keep America At Work, we take the data that they produce and use it to produce a job gains or loss column so that we can provide this chart for you.

We do this because in our news media, you will hear story after story about how our employers can’t find enough workers and our government produces a JOLTS report that says there are 10 million open jobs out there.

So ask yourself this question.

If those jobs are available, why are we only creating 1 1/2 million jobs per year on average?

After all, if those jobs were filled and so many people like myself are desperate to find work, wouldn’t we see an increase of 10 million in hiring, a decrease in 10 million of unemployment, and things like that?

The spreadsheet we downloaded and used to create this chart can be downloaded by clicking on the following link.

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Tales from the frontline war on jobs in Connecticut

Found this on twitter today at: https://twitter.com/CTechworkers/status/1750847047630983343

1) The great

has weighed in on the state’s $18 MILLION grant to Infosys – and the results for Governor Lamont and his wife, Annie, are not good. In the latest posting in her blog, The Sparks Report, she draws lines between the King Ned and the forces of globalism, who are teaming up to usher in a dystopian future, where humans have no worth.

2)

is really good at putting things in context – and there was no disappointment here. Bottom line: This isn’t the Kind Ned or Annie’s first foray into public/private partnerships and state mandate. These have made the couple millions- and at our expense. Meanwhile the state is ranked nearly dead last in economic development!

3) The Infosys deals (the $18 MILLION grant and its associated $20 MILLION no-bid contract) are just a couple that have blossomed out of their private relationships with bankers, CEOs and globalists in their realm, which have netted the Greenwich couple hundreds of millions of dollars! We don’t know exactly how many hundreds of millions because Ned refuses to reveal the state finances behind some of these deals.

4) The best part in all of this is that people like

have stepped up with her blog and activism to provide us with the real story behind the headlines that the Hearst media outlets refuse to provide. I feel bad for all the people who graduate from Columbia Journalism school with their high-priced degrees (no doubt that debt will greatly influence their reporting in the future). JCherry shows how anyone with common sense can step forward, ask some key questions and write up a great story that connects the dots for the average person. It’s an invaluable service to us, because most of us are so busy with the whole business of just surviving and raising our kids.

5) JCherry begins her blog quoting Yuval Harari of the World Economic Forum. (BTW, if you think there could be no one creepier than Klaus Schwab, you gotta listen to this guy). I’ll let him speak for himself here … “Human rights are just like heaven or God. It’s just a fictional story that we’ve invented and spread around. It may be a very nice story, it may be a very attractive story we want to believe it, but it’s just a story. It’s not a reality. It is not a biological reality, just as jelly fish, woodpeckers, and ostriches, have no rights, homo sapiens have no rights also. Take a human cut him open, look inside you find their blood, you find the heart, the lungs and kidneys, but you don’t find there are any rights. The only place you find rights are in the fictional stories that humans have invented and spread around.”

6) This isn’t just a single deal with Infosys. It’s all part of the transition to a new World Order that will be initiated by people like Annie and Ned Lamont. It will be led by people who willingly fleece their own state, right in front of its citizens eyes. And all of it while the mainstream media gives them a pass.

7) In many ways, IT workers have been at the forefront of the Great Replacement. It’s been going on since the 90s. You can’t look at an IT department and NOT notice how things have changed. The Visa workers greatly outnumber the native born population. These new workers are desperate to get out of India and will do anything they are told, including working 16 hour days.

8) The MBAs have obvioulsy pinned their hopes on this workforce. But they never learn their lesson. To successfully innovate and lead markets, you need innovative thinking. This is what Americans from all backgrounds are exceptional at. And a workforce that is basically made up of indentured servants can NEVER deliver on that. The best ideas – the ones that value investors worldwide throw their money behind – always originate from free-thinking, empowered individuals. Nurturing these ideas is what economic development is all about And that’s what Gov. Lamont doesn’t understand.

 

Governor Lamont and the Lost Constitution State