NLA went to Chinese company KYE and get some information for us. One worker is working 90 hours per week, gets 52 cents per hour, they can’t talk to each other, bathroom is forbidden during work (15 hour shift), 14 people in a room, they are beaten and female workers are sexually harassed by guards.The employees say that they don’t have a life, they have only work. From the AP report: Investigators with Dongguan’s human resources bureau said in a report that factories are allowed to hire workers between the ages of 16 and 18 as long as the laborers are registered with the authorities. The KYE factories had 385 such workers – most supplied by vocational schools – and 326 weren’t properly registered, the report said. Employees were also forced to work an excessive amount of overtime in March, clocking about 280 hours, the report said. Copies of the labor contract also weren’t given to employees, the document said. But officials said that based on interviews with workers, there were no restrictions against using the restroom during shifts. The report said the company’s policy was to give workers 10-minute breaks for every two hours worked.