Anything else just isn't Enterprise enough.

Check out the C-level executives vs the second level of execs

http://www.compugain.com/info/
Permalink Bored Bystander 
April 20th, 2017 4:04pm
Heh. There is a local company in town (I worked for briefly as a wage slave) with similar distribution.
Permalink NPR 
April 20th, 2017 4:09pm
That's the company I would never want to work for. All American companies should have American culture and be 100% American immersion: think and work like American! No other cultural attitude or attribute is allowed except food and drink.
Permalink WorldRover 
April 20th, 2017 4:30pm
Yeah, yeah, WildRiver.

The message of this website is plain: only Indians are grown adults and major decision makers. The little children down in the pecking order are the Anglos.
Permalink Bored Bystander 
April 20th, 2017 6:20pm
Yep. They didn't assimilate to the American culture or custom. Otherwise, it should be mixed up there on top level based on merits.
Permalink WorldRover 
April 20th, 2017 6:31pm
It's nationalistic and racist cronyism.

But God forbid you say that openly.
Permalink Bored Bystander 
April 20th, 2017 6:33pm
It's an outsourcing company.  What do you expect?

They need some white people in sales and marketing to meet with the white bosses at the client companies.
Permalink FSK 
April 20th, 2017 6:48pm
Or, it could be a bunch of guys who knew each other and started a company. Is that so sinister?
Permalink Shylock 
April 20th, 2017 6:48pm
I once interviewed with an American company north of Detroit. The C executives were mixed with American and Indian. However, the middle manager level and the vice president of engineering were all Indian saved one American manager. This American manager was saying he just flew back from Bangalore and tired.

In the room for the interview was me and 4 of them. Out of the 4 we have 3 Indians and 1 American.  Needless to say, I didn't give a fuck and didn't want the job. My interview was short because I told them that I'm sorry but I changed my mind.
Permalink WorldRover 
April 20th, 2017 6:56pm
The first thing was wrong when one of the Indian told me he is working on a project that I would be hired into. What is the software for this project? It can do anything! LMAO...OK...it can do anything.
Permalink WorldRover 
April 20th, 2017 6:57pm
The second thing was wrong was the other Indians were teasing this Indian manager about his project. He then got mad and started taking it out on me by being a jerk in a sudden and asked lot of difficult probing questions.  I see how the culture of this company works.  The guys on top will shit on the peon manager and then he will shit on me. I see no point of me working there. I want fair mind Americans.
Permalink WorldRover 
April 20th, 2017 6:59pm
Yes, Indian culture is very hierarchical and it can be difficult for Americans to deal with.

But the thing is, it's not necessarily some kind of evil conspiracy. While I'm on the beach, I'm working with some Jewish buddies on a data science project/company. If it makes it, out top guys will be all Jews. Because we started it, not from any conspiracy to keep out non-Jews.
Permalink Shylock 
April 20th, 2017 7:22pm
Indians still basically follow a caste system.
Permalink Ruseman 
April 20th, 2017 8:17pm
Unfortunately, yes. Which is why Indians prefer to work for Americans as a rule.
Permalink Shylock 
April 20th, 2017 8:22pm
Bunch of guys starting a company together is one thing.

But one thing you notice if you look at research groups in Western universities is that a Chinese professor has a bunch of mostly Chinese postdocs, Russian professor has a bunch of mostly Russian postdocs, etc. (Polish people are an exception - we tend to shit on our own folk :D) Meritocracy my ass :)

There are also trading companies, especially on the buyside, where most quants are Russian or French. Because the head quant is Russian or French and is 100% sure that any graduate of his country's educational system will beat the shit of anyone else. No need to interview people :)
Permalink Yoda 
April 21st, 2017 4:38am
That's pretty normal, if unfortunate.
Permalink Shylock 
April 21st, 2017 7:42am

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