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Apple has a strong commitment to ethical and compliance practices from their suppliers. Manufacturing facilities outside the United States are audited and necessary training is given to employees to help them better understand Apple’s ethical requirements. Apple’s training programs cover issues such as environmental impact, labor, human rights, health and safety, ethics, and management commitment. Areas of opportunity and required standards include involuntary labor, juvenile labor, working hours and conditions, dormitories, wages and benefits, and medical or pregnancy discrimination. Apple’s supplier Code of Conduct uses the best concepts of both the Electronics Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC) and the International Labor Organization (ILO). The globalization of corporations like Apple and thousands of others like it dictate that the respect of human rights we demand here in the United States will surely be available to others in the world. People are people and it is said that although cultures and way of life can vary great we
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