dcblogs writes: Eighteen IT employees of Molina Healthcare Inc. who were laid-off after their jobs were offshored, have filed a lawsuit in California claiming they are victims of discrimination after they were replaced with foreign nationals, Indian workers from a outsourcing company. As the company's offshore engagement increased, Indian workers dominated the IT shop so much so that meetings sometimes shifted to an Indian language, which added to a growing sense of isolation among the Molina IT employees. When the IT workers were informed of their layoff at a mass meeting, they went on the attack. "We were being quite confrontational about why they are laying us off and keeping all these H-1B workers," said one of the fired IT professionals. Link to Original Source
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