Screening job applicants. A room on the main Foxconn site where applicants fill out forms, take tests, and so on.
Applicants. People filling out those forms.
New worker indoctrination. People who have just been hired listen to lectures about pay and overtime policies, vacation schedules, seniority rules, and so on.
'Foxconn University' The sign outside this building. In Chinese it says "IE [Innovation Entrepreneur] Institute Welcomes You."
. This is not directly connected to recruiting, but it was in the same general area of the site. It's an outlet for eFeihu, or "Flying Tiger," a Foxconn-run e-commerce company. The people inside, Foxconn workers on break, were checking out various phones and cameras. Weirdo touch: the orange and black decorations are cut-paper images of jack-o-lanterns, and the white things hanging from the ceiling are cut-paper Halloween skeletons.
And just for the hell of it, here is the building where Foxconn's founder and CEO, Terry Gou, works.
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