It’s bad enough when massive banks which took millions, and in some cases billions, in taxpayer bailout money, import L1 and H1 visa workers with little to no care about either taxpayer opinion or national security. We’ve even gotten used to the “consulting firms” which were flying operatives over on
On Saturday I finally got to fly back from New York. Nothing makes one miss home like being in New York. Yes, it was a trip from hell involving a bout with the flu, an accident in a cab, and a host of other bad things. All pretty typical. The
Reading quite a few discussions today (many of them in an obviously Gartner funded thread on Tech Republic about the IT shortage), I began to wonder just when both the Department of Labor and the Justice Department will get involved. Somewhere, the DOL has its own “average base salary” database.
Today I see on-line Wall Street is trying to force Congress into giving it a bail out by joining in a massive sell off. For about a week now I have been hearing the Wall Street supporters saying “leave executive pay out of this package, deal with it later.” Yeah
It is amazing how seemingly unrelated events send you down a path only to find everything was related. This path started many months ago when a septic tank finally hit the end of its life cycle on the family farm. Since it was planting season and the backhoe we have