Our technical professionals are diverse and talented. Our graduates are numerous.
Corporations are hiding this secret discrimination--and fueling the finger-pointing aimed at women, minorities and older workers.We need people like you to spread the word that the problem is tech companies' hiring--not us.
Michael Aupperle commented on Demotrac Landing Page 2014-06-06 10:23:26 -0500JK: your negative opinion proves that divide and conquer is still working well ! Professional organizations are usually funded by and mouth pieces for their corporate sponsors from the industry ! IT workers will continue to be divided and screwed until they wake up and unite.
Michael Aupperle signed Let's be the Home of the Brave Again 2013-11-05 09:38:21 -0600American jobs for Americans !200 signatures
Let's be the Home of the Brave again
Our nation's workforce and new grads are diverse, talented and abundant. Yet tech giants falsely accuse women, minorities, older workers--in order to divert the public's attention away from their discriminatory recruiting and hiring practices.
This pattern has emerged:
Manpower started recruiting abroad 7 months ago (Oct. 2013) for jobs that won’t start for another 5 to 10 months (between October 2014 and March 2015). They didn't give U.S. workers a chance. They're still doing this.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) caught IBM posting “No Americans Need Apply” job ads. One was for a job in Boise, Idaho.
Infosys, a global IT services company, is facing a lawsuit alleging national origin discrimination. According to the laws suit, 90% of their employees are South Asian. Even their own EEO reports show this!
Manpower, IBM and Infosys must start accepting applications from qualified Americans in a fair and ethical way--it's that simple. We'll call off the boycott when we see ads like this--recruiting American tech pros for jobs 18 months in the future.
Yes, I will join and support this national effort to return to Equal Opportunity and the American Way: