Hewlett-Packard has placed new rules on its China-based suppliers over how they handle student labor, according to a new report.
The company's new rules, which were reportedly given to suppliers this morning, require that all student workers join the supply line on their own accord, The New York Times is reporting. The rules, which the Times obtained and published last night, also require that students have the ability to "leave work at any time upon reasonable notice without repercussions."
Student labor is common in China. Suppliers across the country use students to aid their efforts in manufacturing … Read more