Washington Post

Apple accused of worker violations in Chinese factories by labor rights group

Apple spokeswoman Lori Lodes denied most of the allegations, but acknowledged that Apple did exceed the number of contract workers allowed by Chinese law, which caps the ratio at 10 percent. Foto: AP Photo/Andy Wong

A report released Sunday by China Labor Watch, a nonprofit advocacy group, accused Apple and its manufacturing partner Foxconn of a litany of labor violations, from withholding bonus payments to rolling back safety training to employing more temporary workers than China's laws allow.

The report was based on observations and documents gathered by undercover investigators working at China's biggest iPhone factory in Zhengzhou. The group said one of the investigators was employed by Apple for four years...

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