Gen Y versus Gen X 3755
On Wed, 28 Sep 2005, Kamal R. Prasad
That yardstick is misleading and also designed to benefit the BMOs and for the reason I gave above your sentence.
No, it is a new view of underlings developed by overlings; it does not mattter if we have some kind of society, but the new BMO mindset is to be a parasite on society and don't think about ethics or morals.
If you spent no more than half your day goofing off, I doubt if an American could double the time.
Gen Y versus Gen X 3756
snip lets leave it to the emp,loyer to decide all of that. No I was stating that one can deliver high productivity in...
Gen Y versus Gen X 3757
On Wed, 28 Sep 2005, Kamal R. Prasad So...you'll get away with anything you can get away with, eh? No, you said "Goofing off on on...
Gen Y versus Gen X 3758
On Wed, 28 Sep 2005, alexy I appreciate your comments, but for most of the stuff I need and need pretty much...
or that contractors are seldom entrusted with
A good contract will pay in proportion to defined work done.
Then, you are still being a theif.
You were bragging or complaining (or both) about how bad Americans are, and now, for the same explaination, you are saying its not a bad thing to do (goofing off). YOu are inconsistent.
The cardinal sin
It would not be a cardinal sin, but it might not be in your best interests.
Ahhh, yes, here you are, again singling out "American colleagues" as if they are the only people in the world that this applies to, and, by implication, you are either the world's genius, or God's gift to mankind. Or, that Indians are saints and Jesus Christs who can walk on water.
Sorry, Kamal, it does not stick.
Ah...the "value chain"...another fake concept invented by BMOs to justify their incompetance but to sound inteligent by making up an abstract term that shifts attention away from "getting work done" and causing a psychological shift in attention to...what...the "chain of command" which is, valuable, mainly to the managers.
Such a simple-minded thought. As if all companies are the same. They are not.
If your current boss is
YOu.."move up the value chain?" It sure does not sound like it to me.
It could also mean that
H1bs are not evaluated for their productivity; they are evaluated (and hired) because the salary costs flow to the bottom line.
You are still forgetting this... ------------- The following quote is from Business Week, December 6, 2004 and from the article "Shaking up Trade Theory" by Aaron Bernstein on pages 116 to 120. (The subbreastle of the article is: "For decades economists have insisted that the U.S. wins from globalization. Now they are not so sure")
They quoted Paul Samuelson (MIT) as saying "Comparative advantage cannot be counted on to create...net gains greater than the net losses from trade"
The issue here is that in these countries, that country is unable to generate jobs by itself. So, it is a boost when outside money comes in. A day will come when that will stop happening. The better living standards is true only for the money coming in. Most of what I read is that there are no health plans, workplace safety plans, nothing else. If they get hurt on the job, they lose their jobs, period.
However, thanks to the freemarket (which is not free) and globalization, the standard of living in the "Western" worlds seems to be going down (based on recent studies, based either on BLS data or Census data) over the last four years (while inflation continues to go up)
They are poor and yet
Its just cheaper flesh. I have seen lots of poor quality in both Indian products and Chinese products. "Value"? It depends on your definition.