1. Title VII and subsequent employment legislation does not address the issue of employment choice based on citizenship. That is, while US citizenship may be required for some jobs (such as at NSA), there is nothing inherently illegal about hiring international candidates instead of American citizens. Discuss corporate strategy and ethical issues surrounding a human resource strategy centered around hiring software engineers on work visas (versus hiring American citizens) at equivalent salaries or sourcing engineering work to remote sites in the Pacific Rim.
Work culture of any organization is very important, as it defines many aspects of business and organization. Work culture differs from one country to other. In a certain country it is acceptable to stretch work hours; it is not so usual in some other where one needs to work only in the given time. Where in certain country the in time and out time of an employee is not so important as far as the work is done, others pay much importance to time one leaves the office irrespective of whether work is done or not. There are many other factors that would contribute to difference in work culture adopted by difference countries. Hiring IT professional from other countries would include immigration problems and complex visa issues, which again the human resource team will be burdened with.
Outsourcing work from America to other Pacific Rim at equivalent salary has resulted in many hindrances in the life of an American. Also employing skilled labor from other countries at lower cost though proves cost effective for organization, it results in taking away the job opportunities of the natives. However, the reality remains unchanged that, a professional well equipped with