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Date Company Accusation City / Area / Country Source Tags Media
01/07/2009
(Suppliers Of Fujitsu)
Report reveals that suppliers of computer components in the Philippines violated labour laws and codes of conduct of computer brands.PhilippinesSOMOAbusive Management, Beatings & Violence, Non-Living Wage, Occupational Hazard
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
01/02/2007FujitsuLabor violations at factory (about 4,000 employees)producing hard disk drives: wage discrimination against contract workers; discrimination over pregnant women; workers feel forced to earn overtime income to cover basic needs; 10-12 hour daily shifts, 6-7 days/week; compulsury overtime.Navanakorn Industrial Estate, ThailandSOMODiscrimination, Excessive Work Hours, Forced Overtime, Non-Living Wage, Union Repression
01/02/2007Astec Power Phil. Inc.
(Supplier Of Fujitsu)
Labor concerns at factory (4,000 employees) manufacturing HDD materials: 4 hours daily overtime; 12 daily shifts, 6 days/week; 7 days/week during peak season (72-84 hours/week); compulsury overtime; wages insufficient to cover living costs; discrimination over contract workers; frequent small accidents.Cavite, PhilippinesSOMODiscrimination, Excessive Work Hours, Injuries & Diseases, Non-Living Wage, Occupational Hazard
01/02/2007MMI Precision (Thailand) Co. Ltd
(Supplier Of Fujitsu)
Labor violations at factory (about 700 employees) manufacturing hard disk drives: wage discrimination against agency workers; workers state that overtime is necessary to cover basic expenditures; on an incident 3 years ago management laid off all (1400 workers) union members; 12 hour daily shifts, 6-7 days/ week (72-84 hours/week); overtime is a requierement; at times no day off/month is provided; health and safety concerns; workers complain over very heavy lifting, heat rashes, sore and dry throats, skin burns.      Nawa Nakhon, ThailandSOMODiscrimination, Excessive Work Hours, Non-Living Wage, Occupational Hazard, Union Repression
01/02/2007Shenzhen Yonghong
(Supplier Of Fujitsu)
Labor violations at electronics manufacturer: over 200 children workers hired under the age of 16; required to work 1.5 hours daily without pay; normal work 13 hours/day for 30 days (390 hours/month); more than 400 hours/month during peak seasons, 60 of those without pay; no gloves, masks and proper ergonomics in workplace; hand, eye and other bodily injuries.Shenzhen, Guangdong, ChinaSOMOExcessive Work Hours, Forced Overtime, Injuries & Diseases, Non-Living Wage, Occupational Hazard, Unpaid Insurance, Unpaid Overtime, Unpaid Wages
01/02/2007CKL Electronics Co. Ltd.
(Supplier Of Fujitsu)
Labor concerns at electronics factory (850 workers): wages not enough to cover living expenditures; compuslory overtime between January-June; work over 60 hours/week; sometimes during peak season workers do two shifts (24 hours a day in total); exposure to hazardous chamicals with insufficient safety equipment; coughing and irritated skin; at least two cases have been found of workers having poisonous chemicals in their blood; frequent factory fires with insufficient fire protection.ThailandSOMOExcessive Work Hours, Forced Overtime, Injuries & Diseases, Non-Living Wage, Occupational Hazard
01/02/2007Delta Electronics (Thailand) Public Company Limited
(Supplier Of Fujitsu)
Labor concerns at factory (about 12,000 employees) manufacturing electronic components: contract workers discriminated vis-à-vis regular workers; wages not sufficient to cover living expenditures; LCD workers solder lead and inhale the smoke; accident reported in 2001 were 6 people died after building collapse.ThailandSOMODeaths, Discrimination, Non-Living Wage, Occupational Hazard
30/11/2006
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01/11/2006

(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