""We are here to work and not to play," said one Foxconn worker to Reuters.
Chinese electronics manufacturer Foxconn stays in the news with worker conditions. This time their move of cutting the monthly overtime from 60 to 36 hours is not welcome by workers. That is easy to understand as less overtime means less money. Foxconn's workers are just focused on making money. They are coming from all corners of China and left their homes behind to live and work at the Foxconn factory to support their families.
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Reuters reports that Foxconn said that the compensation stays constant despite the overtime cut. Apparently Foxconn workers do not trust this.