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Working in the foreign companies operating in India is far more demanding? I heard many saying that the stress and strain they undergo is so enormous that they will burn out soon. Is it not exploitation by the foreign companies? Cant we prevent it? Your views please?

Asked by Good Citizen, 23 Dec '09 02:57 pm
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No,sir it is not exploitation.When a person is put to task against his / her wishes it is called exploitation.In the instant case all private sector companies (including India)always try to extract the best from their employees.The employees do not complain because of their desire to go up n attractive compensation packages.So,it is done with the consent of the employees.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 23 Dec '09 05:57 pm

 
  
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New employment sectors such as call centres, the visual media and telecommunications are not covered by any explicit employment regulations and employers obstruct the formation of unions. High levels of casual employment were built into the structure of the call centre/business process outsourcing (BPO) industry, affecting many of the approximately 400,000 of these workers in India, and making it difficult for them to organise. The majority of workers in the Export processing zones (EPZs) are women, employed in industries such as ready-made garments, electronics and software.Working conditions are bad and overtime is compulsory. Workers fear victimisation by management and those who protest are immediately sacked. It is common for workers to be employed by fictitious contractors on temporary contracts rather than directly by the company. In the Noida EPZ, workers have been sacked for demanding that labour laws should be implemented. Although the right to join trade unions and to bargai ...more
Answered by iqbal ahmed, 23 Dec '09 06:34 pm

 
  
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It is because we are still not developed in as much as foreign countries, even though we may be nearly equal to them, it will take some more time for us to cope up with their type of work.
Answered by tinamohamedali, 23 Dec '09 02:59 pm

 
  
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