Foxconn has rejected reports regarding alleged worker abuse, illegal labor practices and unsafe working conditions at the company's plans in China. You can read it at DigiTimes.
Foxconn is responding to the media coverage because the company believes it is important to correct these unsubstantiated allegations which many media outlets are treating as facts without giving the company an opportunity to present its side of the issue.
Foxconn is certainly not perfect, but the company takes its responsibility to its employees very seriously and it is committed to giving each and every one of its more than 937,000 employees in China a safe and positive working environment and compensation and benefits that are competitive with all of our industry peers. The company is also committed to continuing to contribute to the economy of the cities where it operates and respects all government laws and regulations, including those related to employment, overtime work, and the treatment of our workforce, and to cooperating with accredited labor unions to address issues that are raised regarding any employee matters.