Survey Question Responses in Charts

This survey is constantly online and is growing. However, the charts you see below represent the responses from over 120 individuals. Notice how none of the topics outlined is generally covered in the IT or regular media.

Question #1: US Workers Who Have Faced Discrimination by Indians

This is more than 91% of the respondents felt this way.

This reinforces the claims in the comments. This discrimination has been observed first hand and this is a common claim made by domestic workers that work around Indians. The higher the percentage of Indians, the more aggressive becomes the discrimination.

Question #2: Indian Recruiters

Almost 95% of the respondents have felt negatively impacted by Indian recruiters.

This is not at all surprising. Indian recruiters have earned an extremely poor reputation for both incompetence, language issues, IP theft (taking domestic worker resumes and placing Indians on them and replacing the actual worker with experience), and discrimination against non-Indians. We covered this in the article The Frightening Rise of the Indian Recruiters in IT.

Positive Experiences From Indian Recruiters?

It is virtually impossible to obtain positive reviews of Indian recruiters by domestic workers in IT. Indian recruiters have replaced domestically born recruiters at an amazing speed, and this is part of blocking domestic workers out of opportunities.

How Skills and Credentials Migrate Off of Domestic IT Workers and Onto Indian Worker's Resumes

There has also been theft of IP from domestic workers in terms of the experience and credentials "migrating" from domestic resumes and appearing on Indian resumes.

Indian Recruiting as Information Harvesting from Domestic IT Workers

A major part of Indians reaching out to domestic IT resources is to harvest information. That is, it is often intelligence gathering rather than legitimate interest in placing non-Indian resources. Indians have no compunction about lying to domestic workers about their intentions regarding placement in order to obtain the resumes of domestic workers. Domestic workers often report that while they receive resume requests from many Indian recruiters those recruiters tend to ghost them after getting what they want.

Question #3: US Politics Promoting Indian Immigration and H1-B and Foreign Worker Enlargement

The entirety of the survey question cannot be read in the space above. So I have pasted it below.
We covered how an enormous number of powerful companies lobby politicians (both Democrat and Republican) in the US to enlarge the H1-B program. Why are 47 US Entities Lobbying in Favor of the HR.1044 IT Immigration Bill? Most likely, similar forces are at work in other countries that accept Indian H1-B type workers. What are your thoughts on the influence of corporations on setting these work visas for Indian workers?
93% 0f respondents believe that corporations have too much power.

This is curious.

Who are the 8.6% who think that corporations have around the right amount of power? The US has lost most of its labor unions and antitrust law and securities law is barely enforced. This is simply an impossible perspective as the US domestic worker has virtually no influence on the foreign worker programs, the legislation is written by corporations and it’s difficult even to understand them, as they are written specifically to be unintelligible to all except those who write the bill.

Naturally, as I proposed earlier that there was not a way to make the results statistically representative, this response illustrates that there are some respondents who are not one just one side of the issue.

Question #4: Indian Skills

We cover in the article How Industry Lobbyists Make False Claims Around US Skill, that lobbyists who want to drive down US wages and who work for US and Indian corporations have no compunction around making false claims. This resonates with close to 97% of the respondents.

Question #5: Reducing Rights for US Domestic Workers

Close to 80% of the respondents thought that lowering wages was a motivator. 10% thought it was only somewhat of a motivator.

Again, this is odd, as it is a fact that importing Indian labor reduces wages. This is covered under “supply and demand.” How can more supply be added to anything, and the price stays the same?

This seems like it would be self-evident, yet there are articles in the establishment media that propose importing foreign workers increases opportunities for domestic workers.

Question #6: Bringing in Such a Large Number of Indian Workers

91% of respondents thought this was true.

We covered this topic for women in the article How H1-B Indians Create a Hostile Work Environment for Women.

This is, of course, an enormous topic.

Under the original idea, the H1-B and other foreign worker programs were just going to allow companies to access foreign workers, it was never discussed – and is not discussed anywhere in the establishment media – that those workers would become so numerous, that they would change the culture of the US domestic work environment that it would create hostility to US workers.

How Indians Target The Jobs of Domestic Workers

A major part of the hostility is that Indians routinely target jobs, and try to push out US workers, or undermine them so that they can replace them with Indian friends. This is covered in the following quotation about the experience working with Indians in Dubai.
"Everyone in the Middle East has the same ethical problems. If you hire one Indian, they only hire fellow Indians then they pillage the company. Egyptians and other Arabs do the same. That is why Westerners are useful."

Question #7: Control of IT Media Entities

Close to 83% of the respondents agree with this statement.

15.5% never thought about the question, and only 1 of the respondents think the coverage is unbiased.

We have covered this topic in so many articles.

Still, on the foreign worker issue, it is just indisputable that IT media takes the position of corporations and emphasizes the needs of foreign workers, and gives either zero or close to zero coverage of US domestic workers. ComputerWeekly or other IT publications would never write an article that contradicted the wishes of the multinationals that advertise with them and buy paid placements.

Question #8: Indian Corruption

The entirety of the survey question cannot be read. So I have pasted it below.
All of the firms that we follow that are of Indian origin have high levels of corruption. India itself ranks highly in corruption. The idea of corrupting being imported to countries from India is rarely covered in IT media. Of the Indians you have worked with, how would you rate their forthrightness versus other domestic workers you have worked with?
More than 91% of the respondents consider Indians workers to be less honest than domestic US workers.

This question was asked because this is a well-known issue with Indian workers. This is, of course, a massive issue.

Dishonesty is rampant in the IT sector, with vendors and consulting firms lying to their customers in the sales process as a matter of routine. It was never explained to the populations of countries that have imported and continue to import large numbers of Indian workers that they would also be importing corruption.

Corruption Tracking

We are tracking corruption on the part of Indian resources who are hiring resources from companies that provide them with kickbacks. We receive numerous stories of scams being run by Indians.