- It is typically presented as a good thing when Indians are brought into a company; however, US workers in IT know better.
- We cover the problem when Indians are hired.
It is widespread for it to be presented that hiring Indians into a company is a good thing. The only good thing usually is for Indians. We cover what the media will not, which is what happens when Indians arrive.
Negative Impact #1: Faux Diversity
Indians are often presented as increasing diversity. However, Indians oppose diversity. What Indians support is more Indians. And more Indians of their caste, religion, etc.. The vast majority of Indians in the US come from a restricted area in India that speaks Tegulu. The reason for this is where the Indian it mafia is located, as we cover in the article What is the Indian Hyderabad IT Mafia and What is its Impact on the US IT Market. These are the Indians that have rigged the H1-B visa program for themselves.
India itself is moving towards being a Hindu ethnostate, yet because Indians aren’t white, they are, for some reason, interpreted as “diverse.” One reason for this is that the applied definition of “diverse” is non-white.
Negative Impact #2: Indian Job Targeting
Indians look at a job as much more than a job. They target US domestic workers for replacement by Indian associates, and they do so often by becoming friendly with them, gaining information, and then undercutting the US domestic worker at just the opportune time. This naturally kills teamwork as the US domestic IT workers gradually come to realize that Indians have an eye out for when they are weak so that they can slip an Indian resume to the hiring manager.
Negative Impact #3: Indian Dishonesty
In our survey on working with Indians in IT, which you can read in the article The Brightwork Survey Results on Indian Discrimination in IT, the roughly 91% of respondents thought that Indians were less honest than other US domestic workers. We cannot state that the responses are statically representative of overall US domestic IT workers. Still, we can say, it is virtually impossible to have a discussion with IT workers where Indians are praised for being honest.
This dishonesty takes many forms.
- One is that Indians tend to provide inaccurate information about what is feasible to accomplish.
- Two is that Indians frequently have exaggerated skills and certifications on their resumes, In India, this is considered entirely normal, and it goes along with the rampant credential fraud that we cover in the article How Indians Coordinate to Falsify IT Certifications and Credentials. This, for example, is why many domestic workers have begun stripping the detail from their LinkedIn profiles.
Negative Impact #4: Indianizing of Work Environments
With all of the rigging of employment in favor of Indians, they have a strong, established pattern of converting the work environment to be in favor of Indians and opposed to all others. Women, in particular, face far more discrimination by Indians than by domestic men, as we cover in the article How H1-B Indians Create a Hostile Work Environment for Women. Indians frequently speak Telugu or Hindi in the presence of non-Indians, which also serves to cloak what they are saying.
Indians intend to take over departments — and on has to wonder how much undercutting US domestic workers, and overall making the work environment Indianized is part of the agenda to make US domestic IT workers leave their jobs and seek jobs in other companies where there are fewer Indians.
Negative Impact #5: Abusive Work Environments
When Indians move into positions of authority, they tend to abuse those positions. India is a country where workers are not respected. And intense hierarchy, part of which is the caste system, is enforced on the worker and manager relationship as we cover in the article How the Awful Indian Employment System Works. This results in Indians perpetually lowering the standards of US workplaces as well as generally accepted workplace practices as we cover in the article How Indians Have Brought Indian Labor Standards to the US.
When discussions occur around H1-B visas and Indian workers in the US, the emphasis tends to be on how Indians reduce wages. However, Indians are widely known to degrade the work environments for US domestic workers. Therefore, Indians not only reduce the wages of US domestic workers but their working satisfaction. It is virtually impossible to find US workers, who, when free to speak, will say they enjoy Indianized work environments.