The senate has also passed few bills to discourage outsourcing. Among these first is the Omnibus Appropriations Bill that was passed in 2004 (Otterman, 2004) to prohibit the outsourcing of work by companies to overseas with federal contracts. Latest is the Stop Outsourcing and Create American Jobs Act of 2013. Under this act there will be a penalty on corporations if they pay less tax, did not disclose their assets and give understatements or false statements involving transactions in countries where there is less tax imposition.
If the Galaxywire decides to operate in the town due to the sacrifices that people were willing to give so that the company can save its cost, then the company should provide good working conditions to the employees to increase their moral and motivation level. The company can also expect to face ethical problems related to employee behaviour because the employees have fear in mind that company can outsource at any point in future.
In order to cope with the challenges of recession employs must be very adaptive to the upcoming changes. In this scenario there is no choice except the workers adopt the change. If the Galaxywire still decides to outsource it is also very important for the workers to forget about their past jobs because nothing they would be unable to explore anything new until and unless there would be a space in their minds for accepting it (Glogovac, 2014). There is a need for workers to explore their passion and interest to advance in some other field. It would be very helpful for an employee to shift in an industry that requires in depth knowledge for example the banking and finance field has complex procedures, and also changes constantly therefore people who have more accurate and updated information in these fields are more in demand are less likely to be outsourced.