Foxconn promises workers a $1,400 payment following violent protests at the iPhone factory in China.

Foxconn, Apples largest supplier, has begun offering 10,000 yuan ($1,400) to any employees who want to leave after apologizing for a technical error . The amount will be paid in two installments .

Foxconn, Apple's largest supplier, has begun offering 10,000 yuan ($1,400) to any employees who want to leave after apologizing for the technical error.According to a study, the amount will be paid in two installments.This unusual decision was made public after violent demonstrations shook the world's biggest iPhone factory.The company, according to the study, encouraged staff to please return to their dormitories on the campus.

However, Apple's largest supplier Foxconn said a technical glitch occurred when recruiting new employees at a COVID-w impacted iPhone factory in China and apologised to workers, sparking widespread work tensions.Hundreds of workers marched at the worlds biggest iPhone plant in Zhengzhou city on Wednesday, in rare scenes of open dissent in China sparked by claims of overdue pay and indignation with COVID-19 restrictions, according to videos posted Some workers also vowed to share dormitories with colleagues who had tested positive for COVID.Featured Video Of The DayIran Is Not Being Brutal, A Panel Is Set Up To Defend Protesters From Deaths: Protesters are not being punished, according to Iran's minister.

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