PC World (06/02/14) Grant Gross
Three technology workers’ groups—Bright Future Jobs, the Programmers Guild, and WashTech—are boycotting ManpowerGroup, International Business Machines, and Infosys, arguing the companies discourage U.S. workers from applying for U.S. information technology jobs by gearing their job advertisements toward foreign workers. An Infosys spokesperson disputed the charges; representatives from IBM and Manpower didn’t respond to requests for comment.
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