Foxconn Apologizes After Workers Revolt At World’s Largest iPhone Factory
Thursday, 24 November 2022 () Topline Apple supplier Foxconn on Thursday issued an apology for chaos at its Zhengzhou plant—the world’s largest iPhone factory—and offered ¥10,000 ($1,400) compensation to any disgruntled workers who decide to leave the plant, a day after violent clashes broke out between factory workers and…
As the world opens up, China locks down, again.
This is a protest outside the world’s largest iPhone factory, where workers are being forced to live at work, with no outside contact.
After thousands of Foxconn employees walked out over unsafe working conditions, those who replaced them are...
Foxconn has offered workers a 10,000 yuan ($1,400) settlement in an attempt to end protests at the facility, encouraging newly recruited staff to quit and subsequently leave its iPhone assembly factory..
The central Chinese city of Zhengzhou, home to the world’s largest iPhone factory, has lifted a five-day Covid lockdown, in a move that analysts have called a... Upworthy Also reported by •IndiaTimes •NaturalNews.com