Summa Productions New Video Revealed the Dark Truths of H1B Visa Abuse
Summa Productions, an Intellectually Challenging Entertainment provider that leverages the power of the internet, recently produced a stand-up show about the dubious fake resume rackets active in the USA.
September 06, 2017 ( datsyn.com) – USA – At a time when millions of job seekers are trying to get a decent job in the USA, H1B abuse reaches new low almost every day. Summa Productions, a short film production company that comes up with entertaining yet educational videos on employment scene in the US and the dilemma of job-seekers, recently released their latest production titled “H1B Abuse: The Unspoken Side”. The pay-per-view documentary, which is presented in stand-up format, features two popular hosts SoCal Christ and Big Mike who explain how the shady racket of consultancies and marketers lure job-seekers in building fake resumes and applying to the US-based companies.
The video reveals shocking secrets about the fake resume building industry which can be compared to the underworld of the staffing and HR industry. The makers of the video have done deep research for revealing the darkest secrets of the resume counterfeiting rackets active in the USA at this moment.
The video, which spans a little more than a quarter of an hour, and it points out how the system works so that everybody gets their cut and everyone is happy. However, for the actual job-seekers, the system does more harm than good as they are ripped off in many ways and face embarrassment and lots of verbal abuse as they are not really competent for the positions they are recruited in.
For less than a quarter, people can now watch the darkest truths of the offshore staffing solutions that earn hundreds and thousands of dollars by making fake resumes of fresh graduates, leaving thousands of experienced American and non-American jobseekers in perpetual despair. At the same time, thousands of job-seekers who look for a career in the ever-booming IT sector, specifically in Silicon Valley, get the jobs they do not deserve, which create a lot of confusion and often the candidates land in deep trouble.
Summa Productions executives confirmed that they are now in the process of unearthing even darker secrets and the new video can very well be an eye-opener for their viewers.
Summa Productions is a pay-per-view video production company with a highly efficient research team.
To know more, visit www.summamovies.com