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Foxconn accused of hiding underage workers from inspectors

Posted on Thursday, February 23 2012 @ 20:26:27 CET by


The Register reports the Hong Kong based non-profit group Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior (SACOM) accuses Foxconn of using forced student labor and hiding underage workers from independent inspections:
The Register spoke to Debby Sze Wan Chan, a case worker at Hong Kong based non-profit Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior (SACOM). The group has been tracking what is alleges are "involuntary labour practices" at Foxconn, which makes gear from iPads and iPhones to games consoles.

She claimed that local governments in China "repay" Foxconn’s decision to locate in their area by shipping off vocational students to work in the factories as interns in order to help cope with the high turnover of employees.

She alleged to The Register that these students are sent to these factories even if their chosen subjects bear no relation to the work they will be "forced" to undertake.




 



 

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