My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: Michigan
My company is now in a difficult situation and desperately want to cut cost in any means
One of the means is to replace US workers with H1b holders, as the h1b holders earn much lower
salary than US workers. to prepare the replacement, the company is making some cases onto the US
workers. I have been seeing and facing these experience:
1. My work has been split and transferred to the h1b worker gradually, one portion a time, even though I am much more experienced in working on the jobs than the h1b holder
2. I did not have chance to present my work in the related meeting but ok for the h1b holder
3. In every possible scenario, the manager try to promote the h1b holder directly and indirectly
4. My approach to complete my jobs better/faster was not accepted but I have to work following a high-position person's direction. So I would have little credit for the job completion or even was blamed on any delay because following other's direction.
5. I has been asked to completed my assignment in a very tight schedule, for example, I was requested to complete an assignment in hours while in days for my peers, or in days while in a few weeks for my pears.
6. the worst thing is: when I talked with my direct leader about my experience, my complaints were completely ignored
I would appreciate very much for any advice in dealing with the situation.