Last year, at the enterprises of a Taiwanese electronics manufacturer foxconn there was a real epidemic of suicides. There were so many of them that the company began to be suspected of simply driving its employees to suicide with unbearable working conditions.
foxconn denied such accusations and took a number of various measures designed to stop suicides. The measures included both pulling with metal nets all areas where a person could throw himself, and calling local shamans to drive out evil spirits.
It is not known which of the above eventually worked, but the wave of suicides was stopped.
However, a few days ago there was another incident. A young employee of the company committed suicide by throwing himself into the roofs of a production building in Shenzhen (apparently the mesh was not installed too carefully).
The company's management argues that suicide can not be associated with difficult working conditions. It is argued that most likely there is a common coincidence, because rare suicides sometimes occur in the factories of all major manufacturers. Well, in the light of the previous gloomy events, the closest attention was paid to him.