Raises would range between 16 percent and 25 percent for workers who produce devices for Apple, Samsung, Nintendo, Sony and other global brands. That would boost wages to about $290 per month for "junior level" workers, double what they earned three years ago, Focus Taiwan News Channel reported Saturday.
The company, which employs about 1 million workers, has raised wages three times since 2010, the year in which a series of worker suicides at a massive production facility in Shenzhen made international headlines.
Fourteen Foxconn workers committed suicide in 2010.
In January, 150 workers threatened to jump off the roof of a factory in Wuhan, China, to protest work conditions, The Daily Telegraph reported.
Foxconn is under investigation by the Fair Labor Association for a broad range of concerns including working conditions and wages. The investigation was requested by Apple, which conducts an annual company review of its supplier facilities.