Apple Supplier To Change Its Ways After Labor Audit

Law360, Los Angeles (March 29, 2012, 7:49 PM EDT) -- Foxconn Electronics Inc., a leading supplier of Apple Inc. products, has agreed to increase its Chinese workers' pay and reduce their hours following the Thursday release of a Fair Labor Association probe revealing poor working conditions at its factories.

All three of Foxconn's factories in China exceeded the FLA code for 60 hours per week and the Chinese limit of 40 hours per week plus 36 hours of overtime per month. Foxconn workers regularly logged more than 60 hours per week during peak production times, and...
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