Could this be a defining factor to the termination of contracts with Apple? Smart company to follow on regulations. A large enough company cannot see everything, so it's nice to see the attempts at trying to manage these issues. Even cracking down on the issues that were not even identified, but making added measures to help (hopefully) avoid a future mishap. Honestly, I've seen a lot of companies do overtime outside of regulations, and in most cases it's someone that authorizes it. The reasons are usually immediate in nature and I would assume it was due to demand someone said "offer as much overtime as needed". Samsung being monitored as heavily as they are would not pass under the radar. Especially now that Apple is under such scrutiny.
Pretty standard for all companies, sad to say.
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