'H-1B holders 'much of the time' put in poor working conditions'
A report by the South Asia Center of the Atlantic Council said that H-1B laborers are come up short on and powerless against maltreatment. They additionally looked for changes, for example, a significant increment in wages.
In a report, the Think Tank likewise looked for protections like giving reasonable working conditions and more prominent business rights for those working under the visa program.
H1-B holders in the US can rest guaranteed that changes are coming including a potential way to citizenship.
The report has been composed by Ron Hira from Howard University and travels, South Asia Center of the Atlantic Council, Bharat Gopalaswamy.
The present framework hurts Americans, as well as empowers H-1B specialists to be abused, as indicated by the report.
The first, and most vital, change is to raise the wages of H-1B laborers significantly. On the off chance that the US will welcome in the best and most splendid specialists, they should be paid in the best quartile, the report said.
Second, managers ought to exhibit they have effectively enrolled US specialists, and offered positions to qualified individuals, preceding swinging to the H-1B program, it said.
Third, the program needs a compelling and effective authorization instrument, the research organization stated, guaranteeing that the flow program consistency is grievance driven, laying predominantly on informants to decrease extortion.