MillerCoors is suing IT services firm HCL in federal court over what began as an approximately $53 million software deployment.
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Some say that even if President Trump doesn't fulfill his campaign promises with changes in the law, some companies will outsource less just to avoid getting on his bad side.
The International Monetary Fund's IT work is being taken over by India-based IT managed services provider L&T Infotech; the change was announced to the staff last year.
Data is inadequate and recorded in an inconsistent manner across federal agencies, according to a new report from the Economic Policy Institute.
President Donald Trump's revised travel ban, released Monday, ensures that H-1B visa workers from banned countries won't have problems -- as long as they stay in the U.S.
The White House decision to suspend premium processing for H-1B visa holders is being blamed on a visa backlog. It will affect some people seeking visas who may have used this fast-track system.
President Donald Trump said last year that on his first day in office he would order an investigation of H-1B abuses. He has yet to do so.
The spectrum of support makes it possible this bill could actually pass.
President Donald Trump promised Tuesday to crack down on offshore outsourcing, which he blamed for displacing American workers. But he offered no specifics on what he would do.
At least 10 U.S. lawmakers have written University of California officials about their plan to move IT jobs offshore; now state legislators are getting into the fight.
Hatch acknowledges a "handful of bad actors" -- companies that misuse the visa.
A Maryland lawmaker wants to require businesses in Maryland to report the number of employees they have who are working on H-1B or L-1 visas.
President Trump “has made clear” his interest in creating “a merit-based system where individuals coming into the country bring the kinds of benefits economically that will grow our economy and help lift up wages for everybody,” an adviser said on Sunday.
In 2014 President Obama signed a law allowing some H-1B spouses to work. That may now change again.
The H-1B lottery will be held on April 1, so if he's going to act it needs to be soon.