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Windows 7: Employee Outsources HIS Work to China - !!!

17 Jan 2013   #1

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Employee Outsources HIS Work to China - !!!

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I'm sure there are enough contractors on this Forum earning decent money so what do they think of this if they could get away with it.

A US employee outsourced his work to china !! and then spent most of his time on the Internet -- he got fired -- but for some I.T contractors - imagine if you could do this more "surreptiously" -- you could still get paid and live "The life of Riley".

I'm surprised this stuff never came up before -- particularly in I.T jobs like coding / programming / writing specs etc.

BBC News - US employee 'outsourced job to China'


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