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Is Offshore Outsourcing Hanging By a Thread?

With the recent move of Ted Strickland, governor of the state of Ohio, to ban offshore outsourcing, people can only wonder if he has just pulled off the pin from a massive grenade that will trigger a cataclysmic event that threatens offshore companies worldwide. العاب ربح نقود حقيقية   Is this the witch hunt of the 21st century?  What does it mean for locals in South Asia whose very own living depends on outsourced work opportunities?

There were telltale signs that will make offshore outsourcing as hot as the planet Mercury, where debates won’t simply fade away as legislations are passed to stop work from being sent to developing countries.  This act of protectionism is innate in every living species, to protect your own kind, and humans are no exception to the rule.   Who can really blame Strickland for putting down the lynch on offshore outsourcing?

” Outsourcing jobs does not reflect Ohio values, ” the Governor said in a press release and with the US unemployment rate hitting a record high, this move might have been one of the best option in an effort to revive a stricken economy.  A legislation on the increase of H-1B visa has also been passed by the US Congress and countries like Canada has already put a stopper at its immigration doors.

Is outsourcing to blame for the loss of jobs of many? اربح   Media may be to blame for this biased question, causing a mass hysteria founded in half-truths.  Bear in mind that offshore outsourcing has helped struggling entrepreneurs rise as new business innovators in a tough time where Wall Street has faced major relapses from big time players.  It is not fair to point fingers without considering the pros and cons of a good idea gone bad.  Perhaps, an international council must be called to address the issue and truly define what fair trade in this flat world is all about. لعبة سلوتس

The only question needs to be answered is.. ” Why do businesses outsource jobs these days? “

There are 4 Comments to this Post

  1. Ashley Warden March 22, 2012 at 4:40 am August 9th, 2010 10:30 AM

    Simply the answer to your question is, benefits getting from outsourcing is more and this seems the only reason why still businesses outsource their jobs.  Whereas regarding to the step taken by the governor of Ohio, this is not going to make any difference in their economy.  

    • Anonymous March 22, 2012 at 12:43 pm August 9th, 2010 10:30 AM

      I think that we should simply remove the ‘out’ or ‘in’ where sourcing is involved because what matters these days is not where the work is done, but how it was done. Thanks for stopping by. – Shaleen

  2. Prime Outsourcing October 4, 2012 at 3:54 pm August 9th, 2010 10:30 AM

     A very intriguing and eye-opener post. There’s always a question whether outsourcing is the answer to thriving businesses in the verge of success, or it may just be the reason for the falling of employment rate in other countries. Nevertheless, no one has the right to blame something that has been very helpful to others. It’s just a matter of how you see things positively and in a different way.

  3. Jessica Clark March 20, 2018 at 5:52 pm August 9th, 2010 10:30 AM

    I have worked with software guys from everywhere and my feeling is that guys are generally good in everything.I have been involved in a project in which the client had offshored development work to our company.The client has established a connection with the offshore team, and our company has assigned dedicated resources to the client.I think that the offshore team won from studying the development process in a large organization since we were practically part of the client development team.We worked with the guys from Eastern Europe (from Ukraine)
    The most unusual thing I noticed, we didn’t have any language barrier or obvious cultural differences.We have made 4 releases of the software, and I can say with certainty that this was a very high-quality work, for much less pay than developers from the United States

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