A report from the Fair Labor Association claims it recorded numerous violations of worker law rights at Foxconn plants that make products for Apple. Foxconn has agreed to make changes for its workers.
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The CEO of the watchdog group the Fair Labor Association has said that the organization has discovered "tons of issues" while auditing one of Foxconn's manufacturing plants in China.
The president of the Fair Labor Association, in his initial visits to the Foxconn plant that manufactures Apple's iPads and iPhones, says "conditions are way, way above average of the norm."
Apple announced today that the Fair Labor Association would be conducting special inspections on a number of plants that make Apple products, including Foxconn plants in China.