A lot of these offshoring firms on US Soil are hiring those seasoned & older employees. In terms of Fidelity, there are a lot of folks that had been let go over the past few years and those that participated in the VBO are now working for a lot of those offshoring firms.
I recently got a reference check on a friend and past co-worker that is going to work for one of the well-known firms back at Fidelity. And it seems I am getting upwards of three emails daily from the global recruiters recruiting for them and the firm directly that are now staff on US soil. I am guessing with the cut in H1B visa and client needs there is a big staffing shortage.
Someone has to do the work we all know that those left seem to be picky about what they will do and not do. My downfall I never thought being told you had to do something was optional or you could refuse! Boy, I feel stupid! I had a choice after all this!
As for this topic specifically, I think once a single firm falls to a suit there will many others and I am guessing the financial industry will be hard hit as it seems all the big players are guilty of it.