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Date Company Accusation City / Area / Country Source Tags Media
22/12/2014Zhen Ding Technology Holdings Limited
(Supplier Of Apple)
Incidents of over 100 security guards harassing and beating factory workers. Workers toil for 64 to 72 hours/week; with low wages; workers are numb and exhausted. "We are just machines" - Zhen Ding Tech worker
Shenzhen, Guangdong, ChinaInstitute for Global Labour and Human RightsAbusive Management, Beatings & Violence, Discrimination, Excessive Work Hours, Forced Overtime, Non-Living Wage, Occupational Hazard, Pollution, Tax Avoidance, Union Repression
04/09/2014Catcher Technology
(Supplier Of Apple)
Two investigations throughout 2013-2014 find labor violations including: excessive overtime nearly 100 hours/month, hazardous waste poured into a nearby river, unsafe working environment. Catcher workers have "suffered skin and eye irritation, and are at risk for more serious health problems" making tablet computers, smartphones and laptops.Suqian, ChinaChina Labor WatchAbusive Management, Child Labor, Discrimination, Excessive Work Hours, Forced Overtime, Inspection Fraud, Occupational Hazard, Pollution, Union Repression, Unpaid Insurance, Unpaid Overtime
05/05/2014NXP Semiconductors
(Supplier Of Apple)
NXP Semiconductors accused of firing 24 union workers for union activity.Cabuyao, Laguna, Calabarzon, PhilippinesIndustriALLUnion Repression
(Suppliers Of Apple)
Report reveals severe violations of workers’ rights in Asian (China, Philippines) mobile phone factories.China and PhilippinesSOMOAbusive Management, Discrimination, Excessive Work Hours, Non-Living Wage, Occupational Hazard, Union Repression