“The teacher said if I didn’t work overtime, I could not intern at Foxconn and that would affect my graduation and scholarship applications at the school,” a 17-year-old told researchers in China.
Hundreds of schoolchildren, aged 16 to 18, have been drafted to make Amazon’s Alexa devices in China, as part of a controversial attempt to meet production targets.
Leaked documents from Amazon’s supplier Foxconn reveal some of the children are being pressed to work gruelling and illegal hours.
Classified as "interns" pupils who spoke to researchers said the factory work has no relevance to their courses.
Foxconn admitted “lax oversight” and said it was taking immediate action to fix the situation. ...
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