Whenever I write blog posts about how Indian suppliers are enabling
Although NASSCOM has had a buit of a moan on their behalves the Indian companies will take it on the chin and get on with working within the new rules.
Infosys and HCL, for example, are tackling the
Like with the
A meeting between staff and management at Indian IT supplier HCL has revealed major concerns over the
His response to worker concerns was to acknowledge the problem and suggest that Indian technology companies get on with working around something they cannot change.
In a DNAIndia.com article Nayar says it would be best for Indian tech companies to go for local hiring in the
He said some
30% of HCL's
I asked Infosys European head, BG Srinivas about this also. About 60% of the companies business is in the
Similarly top HCL the company is addressing the issue.
Srinivas said Infosys will do three things to counter the changes.
1 - Infosys will definitely increase skills and recruit locals in the
2 - It will increases the amount of work that is actually carried out remotely from
3 - The company will increase the amount of services delivered via the cloud
Infosys has 25% of its workers, which is over 122,000, are in the