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    Case Analysis: Foxconn Human capital management & Supply chain responsibility Foxconn has very poor human capital management. In fact‚ their management of human resources almost resembles the old feudal land owner and peasant relationship. Everyone is subservient to authority and this culture of fear originates from the ‘feudal lord’ Terry Gou‚ the apex of the organization. He displays pictures of himself with various people in power and also has bizarre

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    Overview of Foxconn: Foxconn is primarily an original design manufacturer‚ and its clients include major American‚ European‚ Japanese electronics and information technology companies. Foxconn has factories in Asia‚ Europe‚ and South America that together assemble around 40 percent of all consumer electronics products sold. Foxconn has 13 factories in nine Chinese cities—more than in any other country (Foxconn‚ n.d.). Foxconn Technology Group is the most dependable partner for joint-design‚ joint-development

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    Foxconn Apple computers‚ Nokia‚ Dell and Nintendo are the major suppliers of Foxconn Electronics‚ all of them face ethical issues from this company unfair treatment of their workers. Due to poor working conditions of one of their factories in Shenzhen China‚ workers are committing suicides‚ forced to work long days‚ forced to work overtime‚ paying employees low wages‚ as well as denying workers the right to organize. In order for Foxconn to meet its high production quotas they force these conditions

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    Foxconn and Apple

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    Subject: Apple and Foxconn controversy from the eye of the consumer Over the last couple years‚ Apple and Foxconn have been partaking in poor business methods thus causing them a great deal of deserved criticism. The consumer‚ must decide whether or not to continue buying from Apple because the consumer is what causes Apple to continue to make new products which results in the poor conditions at Foxconn. Foxconn and Apple violate many ethical‚ moral and basic human principles. The Situation

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    Foxconn Suicides

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    Apple Inc. the designer and maker of electronic products found itself in the middle of a scandal that was formed within its organizational ecosystem (Daft‚ 2012‚ p. 71). Starting in January 2010 employees at Foxconn an electronics manufacturer in China began to take their own lives in an attempt to bring attention to the poor working conditions‚ overcrowding‚ and long work hours (Daft‚ 2012‚ p. 108). These events are an example of actions or events that can originate within the international dimension

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    Foxconn Report

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    Foxconn ----- current issue and future forecast Table of Content Executive summary 4 Introduction 5 Overview of the company 5 Economic 7 Current Issue 7 Responding the suicide case in China in economic aspect 7 Current economic issue in Foxconn 7 Future opportunities and risk in Asia region 8 Opportunities 8 Risk 9 Recommendation 10 Political 10 Current Issue 10 Suicide case on political aspect 11 The relationship with China and Taiwan 11 Future forecast

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    FOXCONN CASE ANALYSIS

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    Foxconn Technology Group (A) – Individual Case Analysis Kamil Shafiq MNO2302 February 7‚ 2014 Professor Wu Pei Chuan Objective This case study highlights the implications and challenges that arose subsequent to the string of employee suicides at Foxconn Technology Group in 2010. The objective here is address some of the issues facing Foxconn which include supply chain responsibility‚ human capital management‚ occupational safety‚ its declining stock price in the midst of

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    Foxconn Case Study

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    Reduction of Stress Foxconn faces fresh suicide fears as 14th worker dies Foxconn‚ the Chinese maker of Apple’s iPhone‚ is investigating the death of a packaging plant worker‚ following a string of 13 staff suicides at its factories earlier this year. [pic] Father Ma Zishan and sister Ma Liqun mourn the death of Ma Xiangqian outside a Foxconn factory in Longhua. Mr. Xiangqian killed himself in January.  10:27AM BST 06 Aug 2010 Comments The 22-year old woman died on Wednesday after falling

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    Foxconn Technology Group’s Horrible Labor Issues Introduction/Overview Companies such as Apple‚ Dell‚ HP‚ IBM‚ and Sony outsource labor and hardware manufacturing to a company called Foxconn Technology Group. Foxconn Technology Group is a multinational business anchored in Shenzhen‚ China. Some of the typical hardware being manufactured are‚ motherboards‚ chipsets‚ smartphones‚ tablets‚ and laptops. The majority of the factories are in China‚ three in Europe‚ one in India‚ and four in Mexico

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    Grace Pyne 1/28/15 Assignment 2 HBS - Foxconn Technology Group Foxconn was founded in 1974 by Terry Gou as Hon Hai Precision Industry Company Ltd. Foxconn Technology Group was the largest and fastest growing multinational company in the EMS industry. Terry Gou designed the factory and housing to exploit cheap land and labor in Shenzhen‚ a major city in Southern China’s Guangdong Province‚ north of Hong Kong‚ and China’s first Special Economic Zone. Mr. Gou demanded intense loyalty‚ telling employees

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