Infosys is pleased to report that the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) concluded its investigation with a determination of compliance regarding labor condition applications filed in the Southern California Edison project. Infosys fully cooperated with the DOL in its investigation, and over 145 files were reviewed, with no violations found.
“IT services companies like Infosys provide superior service, skill and scope from global centers of excellence, bringing value and technology innovations to enable American companies to be competitive and succeed. Infosys continues to actively recruit and hire talent in the U.S., but while there is a shortage of technology skills, Infosys is a responsible participant in the H-1B program. We do not practice or condone unfair or unethical H-1B visa practices. Our key priority is to operate fairly, ethically and with integrity, which is good business and what our clients expect."
– Sandeep Dadlani, EVP and Head of Americas.
"We are proud of our robust immigration compliance program and very pleased to receive this positive determination of verification from the DOL of our technical and substantive compliance. Infosys is happy to cooperate with any future government agency inquiries to continue to demonstrate our commitment to compliance." – David Kennedy, EVP, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer.
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