Apple’s efforts fail to end gruelling conditions at Foxconn factories

Gruelling workloads, humiliating punishments and battery-farm living conditions remain routine for workers assembling Apple’s luxury electronics, according to one of the most detailed reports yet on life inside China’s Foxconn factories.The researchers claim that intimidation, exhaustion and labour rights violations “remain the norm” for the hundreds of thousands of Chinese iPhone workers, despite Apple redoubling its efforts to improve conditions. see:Foxconn working conditions slammed by workers rights group
Exhausting workloads, humiliating discipline, and cramped dormitories are still “the norm” for workers at Foxconn factories in China, according to a report released today that details alleged working conditions at the manufacturing giant.Managers at the company, which manufactures hardware for companies such as Apple, Hewlett-Packard, Dell, and Sony, often discipline factory workers by forcing them to write and read aloud “confession letters” and to clean toilets, according to a report released by the workers rights group Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior (SACOM).

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