Apple’s Working Hours In China Reduced To 48 Hours A Week

Posted on Mar 21 2012 - 4:59am by Karan Chopra

Being in news for quite some time for the Chinese factories workers’ issue, Apple has revised its Supplier Responsibility homepage to show up its latest monthly update about working conditions at its suppliers’ factories in China. According to the company, the 500,000 workers worked actually less during a peak iPad production month instead of 60-hours work weeks, workers actually worked closer to 48 hours work week during February 2012.

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Karan Chopra, CEO at G2One Network An Internet Media Company), Founder at 99DollarWebsite and Editor/Writer at I2Mag, JustWP.org, CodeAndMe.net, TechEXplained.org, JustInfo.Graphics, HowToWebDesign.org, NextBigProduct and WPLove.co. Karan is an internet enthusiast, who loves to explore every second thing in both technology and business. You can find him on Facebook , Twitter and Google+.