Though, it has not caused any negative effect on the factory's production schedule. A recent report has found that workers had again started a strike outside the Zhengzhou factory of Foxconn in China. Foxconn is the Taiwanese contract manufacturer for Apple's iPhones, which has confirmed the same recently.
Some 300 to 400 employees in all were a part of the strike, as reported by sources. And though, their aim was to protest the neglect of employees' needs by the company. Liu Kun, a spokesperson for the company has told that the good news is that the strike ended in two hours only.
It has been told that the strike did not follow a violent move, rather has ended with peace. The closure of the strike is almost likely as the labor unions are still speaking with the protesting members.
However, it was revealed last Friday that some 3,000 to 4,000 workers had participated in the strike and it was conducted in the afternoon. China Labor Watch had been tracking Chinese factories; Foxconn was a part. It had affirmed that employees were forced to work on holidays also.
The company itself brought the details in answer to it now. "These were isolated incidents and were immediately addressed and measures taken", said Foxconn.
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