“The Dark Reality of Outsourcing: The New Slavery in Czechia”
Czechia, like many other former communist countries, has become a popular outsourcing destination, similar to India in the past. It is now a favorable option for corporations seeking experienced professionals at a lower cost. However, this is not due to the corporations being financially unstable, but rather their greed. Consequently, Czechia has become a notorious outsourcing hub.
In the Czech Republic, unlike in many other countries, the labor code is often disregarded, giving greedy corporations the freedom to establish their own employment regulations. These corporations create “deep country” areas, attracting foreign workers in search of financial gain. Unfortunately, by ignoring the labor code, these corporations have created a near-slave-like environment devoid of rules and principles. Employees are left unprotected, and formal contracts are created without proper job descriptions or responsibilities, enabling corporations to assign dirty tasks to their workers with no complaint. As the contracts are designed to protect the employer, the employees have no recourse.
Peoples in these countries are very patient. do not complain , and don’t know very well its own rights. This is strike free country , where peoples are poor , but still very patient and still do not complain. A countries which government selling almost for free its own people, become a symbol of the new slavery. The people there still thinking that complaining is some kind dirty word. Including the inherited fear from the past, they become easy victims of any greed corporate business. No resistance , no strikes , no complains , just silence and compliance.Many of the peoples even do not understanding that they are raped. All of these corporation do not invest in the local infrastructure , or the people. All income is moved overseas, except only the local taxes. As every other parasite they will move out if they sucked all resources , or unable to find cheaper people anymore. As they don’t care so mach of the host countries , they are arrogant and
merciless. The corporations do not care about the people , their rights , or their happiness. They care only for its own profits.
They are simultaneously destroying small businesses that are invested in their local communities, offer better salaries, and genuinely care about their customers. Local governments and greedy corporations often form partnerships that work against the interests of the people. This collaboration is fueled by corruption, as powerful individuals with money assist one another. The corporations provide funds to corrupt governments, who in turn create laws that benefit the corporations at the expense of citizens who become victims of this arrangement.
Local governments often allow greedy corporations to operate without proper regulation or oversight, resulting in a lack of control. The desire for money, which equates to power, often drives individuals to become oppressors of their own people.
This harmful cycle must be broken, but how? Many common individuals are suffering from desperation and poverty, as they rely on their monthly income. Even governments are contributing to this immoral system, as they create laws that favor greedy corporations. It seems like there is no escape from this predicament, and people have lost the fight. Although there are a few small protests happening around the globe, they are quickly suppressed by the police, who are backed by the government. Sadly, many individuals do not realize that they are essentially funding their own oppression through taxes. This is a twisted version of democracy.
This process enables corporations to establish outsourcing centers worldwide, where working conditions may resemble slavery. Some individuals argue that it is indeed a form of slavery.
What is the definition of slavery? It is the condition of working solely for food and shelter, with individuals being dependent on money. People who own property become hostages of banks. If one cannot afford a doctor, they risk death. Essentially, the government is like a parent; citizens have no right to instigate change. An anonymous author once stated that if elections could bring about change, they would be prohibited. However, governments only exist because of people and their taxes.
In that way Czechia is not an exception . Like other countries like Romania, Bulgaria, Poland , it become arena for the dirty corporation business without rules. For short period many companies like IBM,AT&T, HP, HCL, Infosys, Tieto, Interoute, DHL, NNIT,Novartis,Verizon, and its variation names, and many other, opened offices where they moved many job positions, but only thankless only, just because they realized that in these countries no rules exist , and people are cheaper. Not because they liked these countries. Be sure.
Some companies issue formal contracts that do not accurately describe their employees’ role and responsibilities. This is not a coincidence, as these contracts allow for employers to exert control over their workers. Although these contracts are legal, they violate workers’ rights and resemble a form of legal slavery. The Czech government is aware of this issue, but they do not take action. The salary provided by these companies is inadequate to cover basic expenses, and workers are unable to save money or purchase anything beyond food. Ultimately, workers become dependent on their employer and leaving the job would result in hunger, thirst, and potentially homelessness. This is a form of modern slavery that is unfortunately tolerated by some governments.
Most individuals are already aware of these facts to some extent, but they feel helpless to take action. However, I believe that eventually, people will become aware and rebel against this corrupt system.
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