Inside a mobile assemling factory

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Ingia

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looks like fun to work here.. kila mtu anafix part yake even a nonlearned can work here , na @Unicorn apewe kazi ya kutest earphones , na @Njamba Huthu apewe kazi ya kutest chargers
That is what is called making zombies out of people. When all you know if fixing batteries or a certain chip into a tablet, you have no power balance against your employer. That kind of division of labour has some political history. It is for the same reason people cant do anything after school. The system is made to ensure you cant come up with anything by yourself. It was introduced somewhere in the twentieth century by capitalists to disenfrachise technical experts and people like engineers. Its amazing to really know the true nature of things we put our faith in.
 

danji1

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That is what is called making zombies out of people. When all you know if fixing batteries or a certain chip into a tablet, you have no power balance against your employer. That kind of division of labour has some political history. It is for the same reason people cant do anything after school. The system is made to ensure you cant come up with anything by yourself. It was introduced somewhere in the twentieth century by capitalists to disenfrachise technical experts and people like engineers. Its amazing to really know the true nature of things we put our faith in.
Did you watch the BBC doc on Apple's iPhone factories in China? Stuff Chinese workers have to go through! Look for it man.
 

shocks

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That is what is called making zombies out of people. When all you know if fixing batteries or a certain chip into a tablet, you have no power balance against your employer. That kind of division of labour has some political history. It is for the same reason people cant do anything after school. The system is made to ensure you cant come up with anything by yourself. It was introduced somewhere in the twentieth century by capitalists to disenfrachise technical experts and people like engineers. Its amazing to really know the true nature of things we put our faith in.
true, some employers in the service industry do that too. They never allow you to get the full picture or make any meaningful contacts in your line of work, he doesn't allow you to attend meeting, he handles all communications, conferences no.
 
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Bhangi Iwe Huru

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looks like fun to work here..
It is not fun to work there. All around that fucktory there are suicide nets. The workers usually have 12 hour shifts. They eat and sleep in that fucktory. You can't complain because outside the gates a crowd of people are camped waiting for your job. So you work until the day you decide ni hivyo.
 

vuja de

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A 16 GB iPhone 6 costs about $200 to manufacture, yet it's sold for $650 [According to Times Magazine]. Even factoring the marketing and distribution costs, is this fair?
 

Lifeist

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It is not fun to work there. All around that fucktory there are suicide nets. The workers usually have 12 hour shifts. They eat and sleep in that fucktory. You can't complain because outside the gates a crowd of people are camped waiting for your job. So you work until the day you decide ni hivyo.
Av seen that documentary with suicide nets....gates jam parked with people seeking jobs!
 

Ingia

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true, some employers in the service industry do that too. They never allow you to get the full picture or make any meaningful contacts in your line of work, he doesn't allow you to attend meeting, he handles all communications, conferences no.
hehehe....Information is power as always
 
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