20,000 new employees laid off in Apple’s biggest plant, big impact on Apple’s production

About 20,000 new workers have stopped working at Apple’s factories in China. This has started affecting the production of products of the iconic brand Apple. According to sources, more than 20,000 people who left the company during the shutdown are new employees and are no longer working on the production line. A source working at […]
 


20,000 new employees laid off in Apple’s biggest plant, big impact on Apple’s production

About 20,000 new workers have stopped working at Apple’s factories in China. This has started affecting the production of products of the iconic brand Apple. According to sources, more than 20,000 people who left the company during the shutdown are new employees and are no longer working on the production line. A source working at Apple’s supplier Foxconn’s plant in Zhenzhou, China, has informed the media about this.

A person aware of the matter told that the process of achieving the production target in the apple plant has been affected due to the stoppage of these workers. The company had targeted to resume full production by November. But, labor unrest has hit production at the world’s largest iPhone factory. A day ago, there was news of fierce protests by employees in the world’s largest Apple iPhone factory in China over the Corona lockout and wage dispute. Many videos regarding this are going viral on social media. There is also news of many laborers getting injured in the clash with the security forces. Hundreds of workers reportedly clashed with the factory’s security personnel. There are reports that due to Corona, the workers are angry due to the dispute regarding wages and strict restrictions in the factory for almost a month. The Apple plant in China’s Zhengzhou has been facing stress since October. Ever since the lockdown started due to the Corona ban, dissatisfaction among the workers was increasing. Many of iPhone City’s more than 200,000 workers were laid off. He was having trouble getting food and medicines.