Promptly sent back to school
has found underage interns, some as young as 14, working at one if its plants in Yantai, Eastern China.
The company carried out an investigation of the plant and promptly sent the students back to their schools. Foxconn said it is investigating the matter with local schools in an effort to figure out how the interns were sent to its factory, AP reports.
The news comes just two months after Foxconn was accused of recruiting high school kids to step up iPhone production back in August.