Bearing in mind that "India is the Outsourcing Leader," this comes as no surprise. At all:
"May 11, 2011 - A new survey from Lieberman Software Corporation, taken at the recent Infosecurity Europe 2011 event in London and mirrored at RSA Conference 2011 in San Francisco, shows that the relationship between many outsourcing companies and their clients is at a breaking point. According to the survey, an astonishing 77% of IT professionals who work in organisations that use outsourcing say their outsourcers have ‘...made up...’ work in order to earn extra money."
“Given that the advice came from a ‘credible source’ these executives were able to achieve remarkable reductions in cost and liability for a while, until business challenges began to appear that required flexibility, corporate knowledge, and dedication to the company. The experts never considered dedication and loyalty as elements in their ‘process reengineering’ - it was deemed as not quantifiable.”
American tech workers have learned that 'loyalty' has been 'out of the equation' or 'not quantifiable' for a long time now.