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Apple cere unei organizatii pentru protejarea drepturilor muncitorilor sa investigheze conditiile de munca din fabricile Foxconn

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  Stiti deja cu totii deja ca Apple a fost supusa unei presiuni mediatice imense in ultimele saptamani, totul culminand cu o serie de proteste ce au avut loc in fata catorva magazine importante de pe glob. Compania Apple pare sa fi luat act de cererile clientilor sai asa ca a facut astazi un anunt prin care sustine ca Fair Labor Association, o asociatie care inspecteaza conditiile de munca din fabrici din intreaga lume, a demarat o actiune in cadrul careia va verifica in totalitate conditiile in care lucreaza angajatii partenerilor companiei Apple.

CUPERTINO, California—February 13, 2012—Apple® today announced that the Fair Labor Association will conduct special voluntary audits of Apple’s final assembly suppliers, including Foxconn factories in Shenzhen and Chengdu, China, at Apple’s request. A team of labor rights experts led by FLA president Auret van Heerden began the first inspections Monday morning at the facility in Shenzhen known as Foxconn City.

  Apple a sustinut in repetate randuri ca este interesata de modul in care lucreaza angajatii partenerilor sai si aceast comunicat de presa vine doar sa confirme acest lucru. Ce anume vor gasi acolo angatii Fair Labor Associaation e greu de spus insa informatiile oferite de ei ne vor spune daca Apple a mintit sau nu cand si-a sustinut partenerii.

CUPERTINO, California—February 13, 2012—Apple® today announced that the Fair Labor Association will conduct special voluntary audits of Apple’s final assembly suppliers, including Foxconn factories in Shenzhen and Chengdu, China, at Apple’s request. A team of labor rights experts led by FLA president Auret van Heerden began the first inspections Monday morning at the facility in Shenzhen known as Foxconn City.

“We believe that workers everywhere have the right to a safe and fair work environment, which is why we’ve asked the FLA to independently assess the performance of our largest suppliers,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. “The inspections now underway are unprecedented in the electronics industry, both in scale and scope, and we appreciate the FLA agreeing to take the unusual step of identifying the factories in their reports.”

As part of its independent assessment, the FLA will interview thousands of employees about working and living conditions including health and safety, compensation, working hours and communication with management. The FLA’s team will inspect manufacturing areas, dormitories and other facilities, and will conduct an extensive review of documents related to procedures at all stages of employment.

Apple’s suppliers have pledged full cooperation with the FLA, offering unrestricted access to their operations. The FLA’s findings and recommendations from the first assessments will be posted in early March on its website, www.fairlabor.org. Similar inspections will be conducted at Quanta and Pegatron facilities later this Spring, and when completed, the FLA’s assessment will cover facilities where more than 90 percent of Apple products are assembled.

Apple has audited every final assembly factory in its supply chain each year since 2006, including more than 40 audits of Foxconn manufacturing and final assembly facilities. Details of Apple’s supplier responsibility program, including the results of more than 500 factory audits led by Apple throughout its supply chain over the past five years, are available atwww.apple.com/supplierresponsibility

In January, Apple became the first technology company admitted to the Fair Labor Association. The FLA conducts independent monitoring and verification to ensure that the FLA’s Workplace Standards are upheld wherever FLA company products are made.

Apple designs Macs, the best personal computers in the world, along with OS X, iLife, iWork and professional software. Apple leads the digital music revolution with its iPods and iTunes online store. Apple has reinvented the mobile phone with its revolutionary iPhone and App Store, and is defining the future of mobile media and computing devices with iPad.


  • Claudiu daniel

    Nu zice nimeni nimic!??!!! Wwaww !! Ma e bine daca au inceput sa faca ceva in plus pt cei mai mici ! Sa speram ca vor fi eficiente si de folos …. Desi cred ca e greu sa schimbi mentalitata unor tovarasi normatori de la partid care vor tot timpul sa depaseasca norma cu
    orice pret !! Deci poate e doar o spalare de imagine…dar sa fim optimisti !:)

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  • ecu

    Se face atata caz in jurul problemei, probablit alimentat de catre companiile concurente apple. pentru cei ce nu stiu inca, salarul minim pentru un muncitor necalificat in prima luna la fox-conn este de 1800 RMB (220 euro) plus cazare si masa inclusa. program de lucru obligatoriu 40 de ore pe saptamana, ore suplimentare platite dublu si doar cu acordul muncitorului, platite, si nu mai mult de 12 ore pe zi. un muncitor cu ceva experienta dupa un an castiga in jur de 3000 RMB (350 euro). muncitorii necalificati au in medie 7 clase. cam astea sunt studiile lor.
    Acuma intreb si eu, cineva cu 7 clase in romania, ce salar ar putea primi pentru 8 ore de munca zilnic, sau daca si-ar putea gasi vreun job macar.
    Nu au fost prosti aia de la Nokia cand au facut fabrica in rromania, era mai ieftin decat in China, la fel cum nu au fost prosti cand au plecat spre tari mai calde si mai ieftine.
    Toate aceste lucruri le stiu de la cineva care lucreaza in china, chiar la foxconn, si e romanca.