16 Apple’s Unkept Promises

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16 Apple’s Unkept Promises Apple’s Promise Foxconn’s Reality Work hours Limit to 60 hours per week 66 – 69 hours per week Overtime Voluntary Mandatory, especially during busy seasons Underage labor No toleration of underage labor; special treatment to juvenile workers Many “interns” workersunder the age of 18 working the same long hoursunder the same conditions as adult workers Compensations All workers should be compensated for any illegal deductions and wage deficiencies Unpaid overtime violations with no compensation for daily 15- to 30-minute meetings = 7 to 14 hours of unpaid overtime per month Discriminatory practices No discriminatory screenings for medical conditions or pregnancy List ofdiscriminatory hiring practices: refusing to hire peopleshorter than 4’11” tall,pregnant women, those older than35, people with tattoos, or peopleof the Hui, Tibetan, or Uighurethnic groups Excessive recruitment fees Prohibition of excessive recruitment fees and bonded labor
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