Date Company Accusation City / Area / Country Source Tags Media
18/11/2015HEG Technology Co., Ltd
(Supplier Of TCLCorporation)
16-year old children and students in the production line; hiring discrimination; mandatory overtime; 11-12 hour daily shifts; 6 days/week; in 2014 peak season overtime reached 7 hours; overtime is necessary for workers to make ends meet.Huizhou, Guangdong, ChinaChina Labor WatchChild Labor, Discrimination, Excessive Work Hours, Forced Overtime, Non-Living Wage
13/08/2013Jiangxi Lianchuang Electronics Co., Ltd.
(Supplier Of TCLCorporation)
Workers report a large number of child workers at electronics manufacturing company, some as young as 12 to 14, working 11 hours per day.Jiangxi, ChinaChina Labor WatchChild Labor, Excessive Work Hours
Flextronics Ltd., Co.
(Supplier Of TCLCorporation)
During peak season (June-October), workers must work 10.5 hours daily, 7 days/week. Working hours exceed 310 hours per month, including 130 hours of overtime. A 23-year-old male worker was recently killed in the warehouse when a vehicle loaded with products backed into him.Zhuhai, Guangdong, ChinaChina Labor WatchDeaths, Discrimination, Excessive Work Hours, Non-Living Wage, Occupational Hazard
01/02/2007Shenzhen Yonghong
(Supplier Of TCLCorporation)
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

(Suppliers Of TCLCorporation)
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