Filter tag: Child Labor(clear filter)

Date Company Accusation City / Area / Country Source Tags Media
01/02/2007FujitsuLabor violations at factory (6,158 employees) manufacturing HDD parts: child labor (ages 15-18 years old); wages insufficient to cover living costs; 11 hour daily shifts, 6 days/week during slow season; 12-13 hour daily shifts, 7 days/week during busy season (66-91 hours/week); compulsury overtime; bad working conditions in terms of temperature.Canlubang, Laguna, Philippines SOMOChild Labor, Discrimination, Excessive Work Hours, Forced Overtime, Non-Living Wage, Occupational Hazard

(Suppliers Of Fujitsu)
An investigation of 13 Shenzhen electronics factories producing components for many well-known brand names found widespread labour abuses.Shenzhen, Guangdong, ChinaBusiness & Human Rights Resource CenterChild Labor, Discrimination, Excessive Work Hours, Non-Living Wage, Occupational Hazard, Unpaid Overtime