Students and Scholars
Against
Corporate Misbehaviour

Year Month

Bloomberg: Foxconn Says Personal Issues, Not Wages, Led Workers to Suicide

Open letter to Apple CEO Steve Jobs

Global Day of Remembrance for Foxconn’s Victims Foxconn and Apple keep evading responsibility

Appeal by concerned international scholars: Create humane labor standards at Foxconn

Another Foxconn Worker Dies – This Time from Exhaustion

4 June 2010, Hong Kong

Yan Li, 27,is the latest victim of Foxconn, the manufacturer of iPads and other high-tech items that has experienced a recent rash of worker suicides. He collapsed and died from exhaustion on 27 May after having worked continuously for 34 hours. His wife said Yan had been on the night shift for a month and in that time had worked overtime every night. Yan, an engineer, had worked for Foxconn since April 2007.[1] The tragedy marks the 11th death at the corporation since January this year. To pay respect to these young lives, Students & Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior (SACOM) designates 8 June 2010 as the [...]