Sina American stock news, Beijing time in the late July 12th, according to CNBC news, Microsoft Corp president and chief legal officer Brad Smith warned that Microsoft did not want to transfer jobs from the United States, but some of Washington's decisions may force it to take action. The Trump administration's tough position on immigration has led to criticism from many large tech companies, which are heavily dependent on skilled workers from all over the world.
Smith had previously expressed opposition to the efforts to stop "DACA), a policy in the Obama era to provide legal protection for young immigrants who were illegally brought into the United States in childhood. Microsoft has always advocated protecting DACA and supporting immigrants more broadly, so as to ensure the employment of talents in American companies.
Smith said in an interview with CNBC on Wednesday: "we do worry about some very specific immigration issues that the people of Washington are debating." "We're going to stand behind the staff." He added. This includes giving voice to the affected employees in the court, or helping them pay the lawyer fees. "In the technical world, you'd better stand behind your employees, because your employees are your most valuable assets."
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