Monday, July 20, 2009

Conference call: To teach Antis how to post!!!

Conference Call on Effective Posting - tomorrow, July 21st at 7:15pm

How to Post for Maximum Impact
Conference Call tomorrow night, 7:15pm Central

Labor Day marks the beginning of national discussions on the corporate visa programs that allow companies to legally bypass the US workforce. Most tech workers see this bypass and confront this bypass when they are looking for jobs. But most recent college grads will never see or confront this issue because they will never be considered for jobs their degrees qualify them to do.

This is the power of employment discrimination. This issue will be part of a national conversation on comprehensive immigration reform if we tell the truth about our own circumstances.

Businessweek will be posting their article on H-1b exploitation on Wednesday. Join me to discuss why the "culture of bypass" is the necessary precondition to create the "culture of exploitation."

Scheduled Conference Date: Tuesday, July 21, 2009
Scheduled Start Time: 07:15 PM Central Daylight Time
Scheduled End Time: 07:55 PM Central Daylight Time

Type of Conference: Standard
Dial-in Number: 1-219-509-8111
Participant Access Code: 798504

NO, just dial in at 7:15pm Central

Text of Email Sent Last Week:

This culture of exploitation among IT labor contractors could not occur without the legal protections to bypass the US workforce. This is why the corporations are fighting hard to defend this protection and defeat the Durbin bill (S. 887).

Readers may not make the connection between this corporate malfeasance and the bypass of qualifed citizens and green card holders - but your posts can. Make sure your posts mention the Durbin bill (S.887).

Here's some talking points on corporate protections affored by visa programs:

* The H-1b corporate visa program is responsible for these crimes because it protects corporations from ever considering local talent and opening the door to this culture of exploitation. Passing the Durbin bill will end this culutre of exploitation.
* Protectionist measures in the current corporate visa programs are poisoning the IT industry - no corporation should be protected from the consequences of discriminatory hiring practices.
* American labor laws and EEO have had a powerful impact on American society. These visa programs protect corporations from employing a workforce that knows their rights and can exercise them. That's why corporations don't want the Durbin bill (S. 887) to pass.
* Far from protecting the US workforce, the Durbin bill (S.887) will give us a chance to compete for job openings in our own country, thus preventing these corporate crimes.
* It's the responsibilty of the federal government to ensure that we have the freedom to compete- and we will get this freedom to compete when S.887 passes.
* If these companies were required to seek local talent first, these shakedowns would virtually disappear.
* The discriminatory practice of recruiting abroad for US job openings now breeds a form of exploitation unimaginable to 21st century Americans. These cheats could never swindle Americans this way.

Our posts promoting the Durbin bill will be watched -- and measured -- by Congressional supporters of the Durbin bill and all of the players who will be at the table when this issue comes up in the fall.

Your posts supporting the bill and defending American labor and talent will let all the players know that American IT professionals are standing up for what they want and shaping the circumstances of our lives.

Donna Conroy


  1. This looks like a bogus fishing attempt. Please link to the Bright Future Jobs website where this should be replicated.

    BTW, Law enforcement has been notified.

  2. LMFAO@ Law enforcement has been notified

    Notified about what?? that you're a low IQ retard who needs to be locked up in a straight jacket and away from civilization? haha.

  3. You losers need a con call to teach each other how to post? Seems like you work in packs all the time - not just when faking IT jobs. LOL.

  4. Really these racist people need to be exposed. This is subtle form of racism. These people like Jake Leone and Michael Amorose are new age racists. Be in the boundaries of first amendment and use every trick in the trade to promote protectionism and to an extent white supremacy.

    The reality is that these people have not updated their skills and hence have been laid off from companies like Adobe. All such people live in self created illusions and think they are all "Steve Jobs" when in reality they are low quality american professionals. Yes you read it right, low quality american professionals. Let me also add, all respect for great progressive americans who create value for america and the world, these kind of people are not them for sure.

    Lets profile this person: Michael Amorose: He is in his 50s. Claims to be a Mac professional, has tried to create a company couple of times, obviously has failed. Now he blames all the good people from all over the world (that includes China, India, Japan, Belgium, Europe). The only place left is North America.

    The reason I call them new age racists is because they just stop short of discriminating on color or race. None the less, thank god such people are not controlling the planet. Last one was put to task in 1940s.

    Shame on such people, they forget their forefathers came from distant lands as well. Today they blame loss of a job on other cultures. What next: I lost my wife due to a Chinese and I lost my home due to a Belgian and I lost my senses .. err .. because of Hannity!

  5. Hi this is Jake Leone

    I'm not a racist.

    Yes I did make a humorous mistake posting to your Hate-Group. But stuff happen.

    I am against Corporate visas. I want the Visa process, and the Green Card process to be in the hands of the worker.

    I don't want unlimited immigration. Few people do. I want an immigration policy that is enforced.

    The U.S. doesn't need old-world discrimination, bigotry, and nepotistic hiring practices. Unfortunately this is what you get when you allow people in who seek only money and not freedom-and-respect for the Constitution.

    I am not associated with any of the "Guildy" groups. Although I agree and disagree with some of their opinions.

    I don't advocate racial slurs. But this is the United States, and people have the right to be as much a bigot as a saint, on any issue.

    Right #1 is the freedom of speech. And it is only through such freedom that slavery and oppression can come to an end.

    There are a lot of people in U.S. with diverse opinions and just because a person wants their country to have controlled, non-monetary based, immigration, doesn't make them a bigot by a long shot.