Profile of Mary Hayes Weier
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Articles by Mary Hayes Weier
posted in June 2007
The organization, which represents large Indian outsourcing firms, says companies involved in fraud or abuse should "be dealt with in the strictest possible manner," and it offered to help in that regard.
As a talent war escalates in India, many companies are looking to China as the next big opportunity for offshore outsourcing. I have two words for you: tainted toothpaste.
Polar bear populations could be affected if global warming leads to less ice.
The American Immigration Lawyers Association advises employers to meet the legal requirements when hiring foreign nationals, even if the process is "far from perfect."
Oracle said it created the financial services unit so that it can better provide product lines and technology roadmaps designed for the industry.
Sen. Chuck Grassley and Rep. Lamar Smith ask the Labor Department to look into a video they say documents H-1B abuse by companies.
In a three-year, $100 million deployment of SAP software at 32 mills, the consumer goods company learned that employee acceptance and training is often the biggest hurdle.
SAP introduces new apps and middleware, and has a plan to lure companies away from niche vendors and toward a centralized IT strategy for mobile app deployment.
More businesses want to get involved with YouTube. It's young, it's hip, it's "Web 2.0." But don't mistake YouTube for child's play. As a Pittsburgh law firm is learning, there can be ugly repercussions to posting video for the whole world to see.
IT professionals criticize a law firm's video play-by-play description on how to expediate the PERM process to more easily hire foreign workers.
As growth in the online dating industry slows, eHarmony hopes to improve the experience of 15 million registered users through bettter Web site monitoring.
For any business that doesn't already have its foot in the door in India, it may be too late. The IT talent shortage there has hit a tipping point, and I predict that before long, only the in-crowd will be assured good access to top talent. That means big companies with strong ties to established service providers.
In a bizarre twist, the research firm is recommending India CIOs look to Hong Kong and Singapore to avoid fighting for IT talent within their own country.
Talent crunch in financial market makes software sales more appealing.