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Date Company Accusation City / Area / Country Source Tags Media
22/06/2016Dongguan Chenming Electronic Company Ltd
(Supplier Of Fujitsu)
Labor concerns at factory (about 3,500 workers) manufacturing parts of electronic products: the factory does not strictly adhere to the terms of the employment contract; 12-13.5 daily work shifts; some shifts last up to 15 hours; workers must go 3 months without a single day off; forced labor is present at the factory; monthly wage is 2000 RMB (308USD); workers are not given any fire safety training; some reported injuries.Dongguan, Guangdong, ChinaChina Labor WatchAbusive Management, Excessive Work Hours, Forced Labor, Forced Overtime, Injuries & Diseases, Occupational Hazard
Catcher Technology
(Supplier Of Fujitsu)
10.5 working hours per day, 7 days/week regardless of peak or off season. Workers are being scolded, if being slow. At times physical abuse is in order. Workers complain of strong toxic odors, when manufacturing mobile phones and cameras.Suzhou, Jiangsu, ChinaChina Labor WatchAbusive Management, Beatings & Violence, Discrimination, Excessive Work Hours, Occupational Hazard
(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
(Supplier Of Fujitsu)
Labor concerns at factory (3,600 employees) assemblying flip-chips for disk drivers: work 10,5 hours/day, 6 days/week; 7 days/week during peak season (3 months); forced overtime; intensive production rythms; workers are subject to degrading treatment.Ayutthaya, ThailandSOMOAbusive Management, Excessive Work Hours, Forced Overtime
(Supplier Of Fujitsu)
Labor concerns at flip chip assembly factory (350 employees): management discourages formation of unions; 11.5 hours in total each day, 5-6 days/week (57.5-80.5 hours/week); 7 days/week during peak production (January-June); abusive management; no sufficient protective equipment.ThailandSOMOAbusive Management, Excessive Work Hours, Occupational Hazard, Union Repression