India following facist model according to Indian author 1751
India following facist model according to Indian author 1754
alexy It restricts your labour until you can get the desired certification. The restriction is designed for the benefit of consumers by the govt or some regulatory...
Im asking what those laws areIf the laws are that you require a certification before dealing with hazardous equipment -that isn't a case of taking away civic rights. We have such laws here too -and more so for medical pracbreastioners. They do NOT have the freedom to work as they like as regards dangers to patients lives -but their civic rights are intact.
India following facist model according to Indian author 1752
Yes that's what it is, and it restricts my labor, so that I can't do a jog that I may want to...
Im saying the employer has full control of the work-permit holder's legal status in the country, and he can get the guy deported with 24 hours notice.
India following facist model according to Indian author 1753
On Fri, 25 Aug 2006, harmony There is more to the story than that.... I can think of books (and articles in newspapers...
that isn't slavery -coz the employee's civic rights are not threatened in any way. The employer cannot render his status as illegal, or deport the concerned individual for not doing a good job.
Lots of people lare employed in transferable jobs -particularly those that work for goverbnebts,
Understand what I am saying -the terms are neither mentioned upfront nor is th real intent of those terms aka creation of a captive labour pool mentioned anywhere for one to read. Today I know that H1B amounts to creating captive labour -and so if I accept to work on an H1B visa, your statement above would apply. When I signed up in 1997, I was not aware of what it involves. The folks who will sign up without reading this won't be aware of it. Im writing this for them to know the facts upfront so that they have a chance to opt out. Im not suggesting that you change your laws as much as people be aware of what these laws imply.
well -its the employee's fault that he buys immovable property so as to think about staying back beyond his 3 yr or 6 yr time limit. But there are lots of countries which allow one to stay indefinately if they pay taxes and one doesn't have to work to get that right. You don't necessarily have to change the rules to satisfy me or anyone -just let people know how the employer can arm-twist the work permit holder with the help of legislation.
Germany has a green card on arrival system -wherein you get your non-employer specific permit to stay and work for 5 yrs. It doesn't matter who you work for -but unlike the US green card, it doesn't lead to permanent residence. Every country is free to create legislation the way it likes -but it is best that if you do not seek to profit by inconveniencing foreigners, you tell them upfront what the legislation implies.
India following facist model according to Indian author 1757
On Wed, 9 Aug 2006, me How is this phrase different from what I said? and both children and adults can How is this different from what...
yeah -which is why I am in India despite not having a problem with getting a job-visa for the US and despite the fact that jobs in India don't pay as well as in the US.
fine - just let the newcomer knows what the terms and conditions mean in theory and in practice.
But its the job of employers or even visa issuing govts to inform the newcomer what those laws imply. In India we have a law which states that employer who lands a citizen in any kind of trouble overseas can and will be prosecuted. They have police raids on middlemen who do trafficking of humans. Nevertheless, it is my fault not to know upfront and what I am trying to do by writing this is to give others a chance not to get taken in by glamourous statements about making it big in the land of oppurtunities. The most imp thing is to let them know that one of the parties involved, the US govt -which cannot be prosecuted, is hand-in-glove with businesses in creating a captive labour pool.
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