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Apple Faces Labor Violation Charges in China Facility

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Apple faces labor violation charges in its supply chain, and this time, at a China facility operated by supplier Jabil Circuit.

 In a report released by China Labor Watch on Thursday, the group said Apple’s aim to hastily produce a low-cost version of its iPhone is taking its toll on their workers at the Jabil Circuit Facility in Wuxi.

Jabil Circuit, which is based in St. Petersburg, Florida, hasn’t been reached as of press time for any comments regarding the issue. China Labor Watch claimed that they have discovered “legal and ethical” violations at the Jabil Circuit Facility. These include poor employee living and working conditions, excessive working hours, and insufficient training. These violations are extensive dilemma committed all throughout the supply chain of electronics companies, as noted in the report. However, China Labor Watch stated that issues at the Wuxi facility has ignored promises and public efforts that Apple has made before with regards to fixing labor issues within its supply chain. Apple, as a member of the Fair Labor Association, reports working hours every month on its website and releases annual supplier responsibility reports basing on customary audits of its facilities...Read more on hngn.com

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