Foxconn, the world's largest iPhone factory, apologizes after workers' uproar in China
The company further apologized in the statement, saying, "We apologize for the input error in our computer system and guarantee that the actual salary will be the same as the salary considered earlier."
Foxconn, a major supplier of mobile phones and tech company Apple, said on Thursday that a "technical glitch" occurred while recruiting new people at its iPhone factory in Corona-stricken China. After this there was fresh labor unrest in the company. According to Reuters news, on Wednesday, workers broke surveillance cameras and clashed with the police at its largest iPhone plant in the world's Zhengzhou city of China. Hundreds of workers were protesting in this big factory. The reason behind this rare picture of protest outside China is said to be anger over strict corona restrictions and not getting salary on time.
Employees said in a video spread on social media that they have come to know that Foxconn wants to delay the bonus payment. Some employees had complained that they were being forced to share dormitories with Corona positive employees.
The company further apologized in the statement, saying, "We apologize for the input error in our computer system and guarantee that the actual salary will be the same as the salary considered earlier." Earlier, there was news that in the largest iPhone manufacturing factory in China, lakhs of workers trapped in Covid Lockdown were being ill-treated. Zhang, an employee of Taiwanese company Foxconn, had told that the "Covid Bubble" was imposed on him.