'We are like prisoners. It seems like we live only to work'
By Ray Lane & KOMO Staff
An overseas company that conducts business with Microsoft is accused of hiring underpaid teenagers to work in grueling conditions, often for 12 hours at a time, to make computer-related products in their factory in China.
Story Published: Apr 15, 2010 at 7:25 AM PDT
Story Updated: Apr 15, 2010 at 7:25 AM PDT
Comments (49)SEATTLE -- An overseas company that conducts business with Microsoft is accused of hiring underpaid teenagers to make computer products.
The company in question is based in Taiwan, but the KYE factory is located in Dongguan City in China. The National Labor Committee, a U.S. labor group, issued a report that states the company's hired teenagers have been working horribly long hours in diffi
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