SACOM

AcronymDefinition
SACOMStudents and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior (Hong Kong)
SACOMSouthern Area Command
SACOMSECNAV Advisory Committee On Manpower
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Sacom Mediaworks' global content portfolio includes over 10,000 hours of video content spanning genres like feature films, television series, short films, live entertainment events, celebrity chat shows, and health and fitness shows.
Sacom Mediaworks' global content portfolio reportedly includes more than 10,000 hours of video content spanning genressuch as feature films, television series, short films, live entertainment events, celebrity chat shows, and health and fitness shows.
As the iPhone 6s went on sale in markets including Hong Kong, Japan and mainland China on Friday, SACOM called for Apple to "apply immediate measures to rectify exploitations in its supply chain".
The SACOM award is a consolidation of contracts at two NASA facilities -- the Stennis Space Center in Hancock County, Miss., and the Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans, La.
Trabajar 12 horas al dia realmente me dejo exhausto" (SACOM 2010: 7).
The three suppliers, Foxlink, Pegatron, and Wintek, fail to provide for basic human needs and continue to use student workers, according to SACOM.
Workers at the factory make a base salary of 1300 yuan (US$207) a month, but can earn up to 2,600 yuan during the peak production season when overtime is included, according to SACOM.
Workers at the factory make a base salary of CNY 1,300 (US$ 207) a month, but can earn up to CNY 2,600 during the peak production season when overtime is included, according to SACOM.
Like other China-focused labor advocacy groups, Hong Kong-based SACOM has released a number of hard-hitting and prominent reports on Foxconn in recent years.
Hong Kong advocacy group Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehaviour (SACOM) criticized the manufacturer for extreme negligence regarding the safety of its workers.
The Centre for Research on Multinational Companies and the human rights group SA C O M - Students And Scholars Against Corporate Misbehaviour - both accuse Apple's contractors of treating workers "like machines." SACOM official Leontien Aarnoudse said: "They work excessive overtime for a salary they can hardly live on and are inhumanely treated.
In one instance, SACOM, a Hong Kong-based NGO, had concerns about worker rights, living conditions, pay, and working hours at HP supplier Chicony.