Friday, May 15, 2009

Loss Of Normal Cervical Lordosis

The tale of the computer ex-ENI in scrapping

Once upon a time, in the days when outsourcing the political enthusiasm of the right and left, a large group of workers by the ENI Group, which was sold to EDS, a leading multinational information technology, global outsourcing leader.
the workers hired, professional high-and medium-high to make them calm and happy, rosy promises were professional and economic prospects, with the guarantee of continued service to ENI.

Last year, computer giant Hewlett-Packard has acqauistato EDS, creating a mega group of 300 thousand employees around the world. After completing the acquisition, HP CEO says more than 26 thousand workers made redundant in the world.
Maybe the quality of the work will not be quite the same, as will pass from the kitchen of a Schefe to that of McDonald, but does nothing: ENI spend less, earn more HP, the manager of ENI will have a VIP service to them dedicated and will all be happy. Almost all.

All but the computer ex-ENI, with ages ranging from just under 40 and just over 50 years, will remain on the street, thrown as waste. Non-recyclable waste, of course.

HP says is the logic of the market, we can not do otherwise, competition pressing and we must act.
pity that the logic of the market provides that service contracts are awarded with invitations to tender and not at preferential prices agreed with renewals so far justified by the presence of that "expensive" frills staff ex-ENI which HP wants to discard. See if HP has just renewed a three-year contract with ENI of several hundred million euro.

So it goes like this: the former ENI computer must meet the rules of the market, while HP can enjoy a privileged relationship with ENI.

A strange world in reverse, in which, for a contract with the largest Italian industrial group, whose largest shareholder is the State, a very rich foreign multinational is protected, while Italian workers end up in the bin.

Luckily this is just a fairy tale, the reality is that of television: the crisis is over, we all have a steady job, enough money and a peaceful future for our families, so we rush to spend and acqauistare: exist just for that.


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