The Department of Immigration and Border Protection has knocked back an FOIA request from an IT workers' lobby group about the extent to which 457 visas are used in the IT industry because "the data doesn’t exist, we can’t find it or it’s all too hard".
A group that represents IT professionals has criticised the Australian Government for "tinkering around the edges" with the skilled migration visa policy, which it says "is not a satisfactory response to the number of workers from overseas that are being bought in to fill low-level IT jobs in Australia".
Swiss bank Credit Suisse has found an easy way to get rid of IT employees as part of a cost-cutting drive: simply transfer them to the Indian outsourcing company which is doing its work.
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