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    Re: Какие вопросы задать работадателю по офферу для H1B

    Цитата Сообщение от sab123 Посмотреть сообщение
    И вот так сразу из России 100К скорее всего не дадут кроме каких-то особых случаев
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    если вас не взяли это не значит что других не берут. Я знаю лично около 5-ти людей которых взяли
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    Вот таки прямо из России?
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    да, из России, но при этом это очень квалифицированные специалисты, работавшие несколько лет в лучших ИТ компаниях России
    Я думаю, что эти "пять человек", "очень квалифицированные специалисты", и были именно этим "особым случаем". И, вероятнее всего, если набрать имена этих людей в том же Гугле, то на них высыпется куча информации еще до того, как они начали работать на этот самый Гугль. То есть у этих людей уже было имя и известность. Почему Гугль их и взял "прямо из России" (причем не "просто из России", а "из лучших ИТ компаний России").

    Чем коварны вежливость и тактичность — хрен поймёшь, что о тебе думают на самом деле.

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    Re: Какие вопросы задать работадателю по офферу для H1B

    я бы не сказал что все из 5 прям звезды мирового масштаба )
    когда и я так же рассуждал, но когда это становится привычным делом, то это перестает быть мечтой..

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    Re: Какие вопросы задать работадателю по офферу для H1B

    В Гугль берут и в Россию и в Америку. Вот пара цитат:
    За самыми одаренными студентами с хорошим знанием английского языка охотятся крупные зарубежные компании, например Google. Их поиском занимаются специальные агенты от крупных корпораций.
    Талантливым студентам предлагают работу, пока они еще не покинули стен вуза. Как сообщил Михаил Кевер, предложения о работе он получает регулярно, например, ему предлагают стажироваться в Facebook. По его словам, чтобы отобрать для себя лучшие кадры, такие компании регулярно становятся спонсорами международных чемпионатов и проводят собственные соревнования по программированию.

    Компания Google открыла центр разработок и исследований в Санкт-Петербурге.( В России, не во Флориде)

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    Re: Какие вопросы задать работадателю по офферу для H1B

    Booking.com
    Вернемся к вопросу )
    Получил полный контракт, имена пароли явки заменил на простые слова.

    Кто разбирается? Что скажете ? По пунктам в самом контракте как мне показалось все ок, может в нем чего-то нет ?
    Суть следующая, международная компания нанимает меня в офис не в США, далее делается мне виза О1(выдающиеся способности, она делается значительно быстрее Н1В, я вроде как прохожу ) и переводят меня в офис в США. Одному знакомому так делали, правда давненько.


    AT-WILL EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT
    This At-Will Employment Agreement (the “Agreement”) dated as of DATE MONTH YEAR, is entered into between EMPLOYEE (“Employee”) and COMPANY, (the “Company”).
    NOW, THEREFORE, the parties agree as follows:
    1. Engagement. The Company hereby employs Employee to perform the responsibilities and functions described herein on behalf of the Company, on the terms and conditions set forth herein. Employee shall commence the services described herein on DATE MONTH YEAR (the “Commencement Date”). Notwithstanding the stated Commencement Date, the Company’s employment of Employee, and all of the parties’ rights and responsibilities under this Agreement, are subject to Employee’s ability to provide proof of legal authority to work in the United States.
    2. Functions and Responsibilities.
    2.1 Title and Duties. Employee shall serve in the position of Software Engineer, with such responsibilities as are generally associated with such position in the technology sector, or as otherwise assigned to him from time to time by the Chief Executive Officer of the Company (the “CEO”), and subject always to the ultimate authority and control of the CEO.
    2.2 Time Devoted to Company; Conflicts. Employee will be expected to work no more than 40 hours per week, on a schedule to be established by the CEO of the Company from time to time. The CEO or Employee’s immediate supervisor may require Employee to work additional hours from time to time. Employee shall not be authorized to work overtime without the prior approval of the CEO or Employee’s immediate supervisor. Employee has a duty of loyalty to the Company. While employed by the Company, Employee shall not directly or indirectly perform services for any other person or firm for compensation, or engage in any activity competitive with or adverse to the Company’s business, whether alone or as a partner, officer, director, shareholder, employee, agent, consultant, member, manager, trustee, fiduciary, or other owner or representative of any person or entity. Expenditures of reasonable amounts of time outside of regular business hours for charitable, educational, or professional activities and personal business shall not be deemed a breach hereof, provided that those activities are not competitive with the business of the Company and do not interfere with Employee’s performance of his responsibilities to the Company.
    3. At-Will Employment. Employee’s employment by the Company shall commence on the Commencement Date, and shall continue until terminated by either the Company or Employee at any time, for any reason. Employee understands and acknowledges that his employment with the Company is “at-will” and may be terminated at any time by Employee or the Company, with or without cause and with or without prior notice. Nothing in this Agreement implies a right to continued employment or employment for any specific term. The Company in its absolute discretion may at any time modify, delete, or add to the terms of


    Employee’s employment, provided the changed terms comply with applicable law. The at-will nature of Employee’s employment cannot be modified by any written or oral statements or course of conduct, other than by a written agreement for a specific term of employment signed by Employee and the CEO of the Company. No one other than CEO has the authority to enter into any contract or agreement, express or implied, for employment for any specific period of time or on any specific terms or conditions. The Company makes no promise regarding the period during which Employee’s services will be required under this Agreement.
    4. Compensation.
    4.1 Salary. The Company shall pay Employee a salary (the “Salary”) at the rate of SALARY US per year (subject to income tax and other applicable employee withholdings), payable in semi-monthly installments or at such other regular periodic intervals as may be determined by the CEO from time to time. The Salary shall be prorated for any period less than a full calendar year, and each semi-monthly installment shall be prorated for any period less than a semi-monthly period, in which Employee is employed by the Company. From time to time, the CEO may meet with Employee for the purpose of reviewing and evaluating Employee’s performance of his responsibilities and functions on behalf of the Company. The CEO, in his sole and absolute discretion, shall determine whether to propose modifications of any of the terms and conditions of Employee’s employment, including whether to modify Employee’s compensation.
    5. Benefits.
    5.1 Insurance. Employee shall be eligible to participate in the group medical, dental, vision, and term life insurance plans, if any, maintained by the Company for the benefit of all employees of the Company, in accordance with the terms of such plans. The Company may change plans or providers, add, delete, or alter the terms of any such benefit plans, or terminate such benefit plans at any time in its sole and absolute discretion.
    5.2 Reimbursement of Expenses. The Company shall reimburse Employee monthly for all reasonable business-related expenses actually incurred by Employee in performing his duties on behalf of the Company, upon the presentation by Employee of documentary evidence adequate to substantiate each such expense as an ordinary and necessary business expense of the Company under federal and state income tax law.
    5.3 Other Benefits. Employee shall be entitled to all other benefits generally available to all other employees of the Company, including, without limitation, participation in any disability insurance plans, sick leave plans, retirement, pension, or profit sharing plans, if and to the extent that any such benefits are adopted by the Company. Employee understands and acknowledges that he has no right to issuance of equity or similar interests in the Company except [pursuant to Section 4.2 or otherwise] at the election of the Company in its sole and absolute discretion, and that stock or other securities in the Company are not “generally available” to employees of the Company.
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    5.4 Company Policies and Practices. All benefits to which Employee shall be entitled pursuant to this Agreement shall be subject to the terms and conditions of such plans and the Company’s oral and written personnel policies and practices as applicable to all employees of the Company, as they exist or are modified from time to time or as any particular policy is determined by the CEO or the Board of Directors.
    6. Confidential Information.
    6.1 Description. The term “confidential information” includes, but is not limited to, identifiable business opportunities being pursued by the Company; know-how, plans, specifications, designs, drawings, ideas, concepts, prototypes, programs, software, computer code, source code, object code, algorithms, formulas, systems, systems architecture, information, materials, techniques, and procedures relating to the Company’s products, services and operations, including possible future products and services in development; the identities, contacts, requirements, preferences, and terms of the Company’s customers and clients; forms, databases, computer programs and software, procedures, and information developed by the Company; diaries, financial books, records, projections, and accounts of the Company; plans and information regarding the Company’s historical and anticipated business operations; personal and financial information regarding the Company’s investors, employees, customers, and clients; and other proprietary information relating to the operation of the Company’s business, whether or not similar to the foregoing, whether disclosed to Employee by the Company or developed or discovered by Employee in the course of his duties on behalf of the Company, and whether or not eligible for “trade secret” protection under applicable state law.
    6.2 Access to Confidential Information. The Company hereby agrees to disclose to Employee all confidential information of the Company that is necessary or useful to Employee’s discharge of his duties on behalf of the Company. In addition, in the course and scope of his duties, Employee may develop on behalf and for the benefit of the Company, or Employee may have access to, other confidential information of the Company, whether or not necessary or useful to the discharge of Employee’s duties. Employee hereby acknowledges that all confidential information of the Company, including, but not limited to, the information developed by Employee, is confidential, proprietary, and unique; that it is the exclusive property of the Company; that such confidential information will be made known to Employee in confidence in connection with his duties on behalf of the Company; and that any disclosure or use of such confidential information by Employee, other than in connection with his duties or otherwise for the sole benefit of the Company, would be wrongful and would cause the Company irreparable harm.
    6.3 Duty of Nondisclosure. Employee agrees that he will at all times maintain the confidential information in strict confidence and that he will not at any time, either intentionally or negligently, disclose or use any confidential information of the Company other than in the performance of Employee’s duties on behalf of the Company.
    6.4 Confidential Information of Others. Employee shall not bring on to the Company’s premises or introduce into the Company’s data systems, nor shall Employee use or disclose, any confidential information or trade secrets of any former employer
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    or other person to whom Employee has an obligation of confidentiality. In connection with Employee’s services on behalf of the Company, Employee is expected, and hereby agrees, to use only such information that is generally known and used by persons with training and experience comparable to Employee’s, or that is common knowledge in the industry or otherwise legally in the public domain, is provided to Employee by the Company, or is developed by Employee for the benefit of the Company during Employee’s engagement with the Company.
    6.5 Return of Company Property. Upon termination of Employee’s employment with the Company for any reason, and at any other time upon the demand of the Company, Employee promptly shall deliver to the Company all Company property in Employee’s possession or under Employee’s control, including, but not limited to, all documents and other materials that represent or contain any confidential information of the Company. Employee shall not retain any such materials or make copies thereof without the prior express written consent of the Company.
    7. Intellectual Property. All inventions, improvements, ideas, know-how, processes, programs, software, computer code, source code, object code, algorithms, systems, systems architecture, devices, prototypes, models, plans, designs, drawings, writings, inventions, or similar concepts (“Intellectual Property”) created, invented, conceived, or reduced to practice by Employee while Employee is employed by the Company that are directly or indirectly related to the Company’s business shall be the property of the Company.
    7.1 Disclosure of Intellectual Property. Employee shall disclose in confidence to the CEO or to any person designated by him all Intellectual Property that I create, invent, conceive or reduce to practice, either alone or jointly with others, during the period of my employment with the Company, whether or not in the course or scope of my employment.
    7.2 Works for Hire. The parties hereto intend that all copyrightable works prepared by Employee while Employee is employed by the Company that are directly or indirectly related to the Company’s business are and shall be considered “works made for hire,” as such term is defined under United States copyright law.
    7.3 Assignment. With respect to all Intellectual Property that does not qualify as “works made for hire,” Employee hereby transfers and assigns to the Company all worldwide right, title, and interest, including Moral Rights (as defined below), in and to all Intellectual Property that employee makes, creates, conceives, or first reduces to practice during his employment, that (i) are developed using equipment, supplies, facilities, or confidential information of the Company; or (ii) result from work performed by Employee for the Company; or (iii) relate to the Company’s business or actual or demonstrably anticipated research or development, and, at the request and expense of the Company, Employee agrees to cooperate in the preparation of, and to execute and deliver to the Company, all applications for patents and all applications for registration of copyright, trademark, or service mark with respect to such Intellectual Property, and all instruments of assignment or transfer necessary to vest title to such Intellectual Property in the Company in the United States and abroad.
    7.4 Moral Rights. Employee hereby waives and agrees never to assert any Moral Rights in any Intellectual Property that is the property of the Company by
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    operation of Section 7.2 or 7.3, even after termination of Employee’s employment with the Company. “Moral Rights” means any rights to claim invention or authorship of a work, to object to or prevent the modification or destruction of a work, to withdraw a work from circulation or to control the publication or distribution of a work, and any similar right arising from creation or authorship of Intellectual Property. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Employee shall have the right to make accurate claims in his resume regarding his participation in the development, creation, or modification of any Intellectual Property the existence of which has been made public by the Company.
    7.5 Excluded Intellectual Property. The assignment provided for in Section 7.3 does not apply to either of the following:
    (i) Any Intellectual Property that Employee develops entirely on his own time, without using any of the Company’s equipment, supplies, facilities, or trade secrets; that do not relate to the Company’s actual or demonstrably anticipated research or development at the time Employee develops it; and that do not result from any work performed by Employee for the Company.
    (ii) Any Intellectual Property developed or acquired by Employee prior to the Commencement Date and identified and described in Schedule A attached hereto. If no Intellectual Property is identified on Schedule A, Employee hereby represents to the Company that Employee has no rights in prior existing Intellectual Property that may relate to the Company’s business or actual or demonstrably anticipated research or development.
    8. Injunctive Relief. Employee agrees and acknowledges that the obligations set forth in Sections 6 and 7 hereof are unique and that it would be extremely impractical to measure the resulting damages or to compensate the Company fully for breach of any of the provisions of Sections 6 and 7 hereof. Accordingly, Employee specifically agrees that the Company will be entitled to temporary and permanent injunctive relief to enforce the provisions of such Sections, and that such relief may be granted without the necessity of proving actual damages, and Employee expressly waives the defense that a remedy in damages will be adequate. This provision with respect to injunctive relief shall not diminish the Company's right to pursue any other remedy available to it at law or in equity, including the right to claim and recover damages.
    9. Notices. All notices, demands and other communications required, desired, or permitted to be given under this Agreement shall be in writing and shall be deemed to have been given immediately if personally delivered or sent by email, facsimile, or other electronic transmitting device with delivery confirmation; twenty-four hours after being delivered to overnight delivery couriers; or five days after mailing by registered or certified mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested, addressed in accordance with the addresses set forth below, or to such other addresses of which notice is given pursuant to this Section 9.
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    If to the Company: COMPANY
    If to Employee: EMPLOYEE
    10. Miscellaneous. This Agreement, together with any other agreements or documents referenced herein, contains the entire agreement between the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof and supersedes any prior discussions, arrangements, agreements, understandings, representations, warranties, and covenants between the parties hereto. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Country and City in effect from time to time. The parties agree that proper venue will be in Country and City. Section headings are included solely for convenience and reference, and shall not be used in the construction or interpretation hereof. The provisions hereof are severable, and if any one or more provisions are determined to be illegal or otherwise unenforceable, in whole or in part, the remaining provisions and any partially unenforceable provision to the extent enforceable, nevertheless shall be binding and enforceable. Employee’s rights and obligations hereunder are personal and may not be assigned or delegated. Except as otherwise provided herein, this Agreement shall be binding on and inure to the benefit of the heirs, personal representatives, successors, and assigns of the parties.
    IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Company and Employee have executed this At- Will Employment Agreement as of the date first written above.

    By: ___________________________
    __________________________________

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