Six students age from 17 to 19 years old told the Financial Times about how they had to work on 11 hours in day at the Foxconn plant.
Co words they worked for factory Foxconn in three months. According to them, such training was a condition for graduation, although studies have nothing to do had. Adolescents were admitted to work unofficially, respectively, the salary was given " in envelope. " Behind One day of work the students could collect up to 1.2 thousand cameras for the iPhone X.
AT answer to this is Foxconn and Apple said that they checked all cases of processing among students and promised to take measures to settlement of this issue. But not specified exactly what measures. Both companies disowned coercion to slave labor, and if, and if anyone worked above the norm - received compensation and other payments. Also in Foxconn said that they actually organize internships for students, but them It is forbidden to work more than 40 hours in a week.
AT Overall, the story is cloudy, so we are waiting, who still is right.
Source: Financial Times