The Ecuadorian and Peruvian worker are very similar in their appearance and also in their choice of tool, a peculiar type of shovel. However, they probably do not come from the same factory, judging by the difference in the attachment of the limbs.
In Ecuador only the head is loose from the body, workers in Peru have an air gap between the arms and the torso. Air gaps are a good thing in the IT world, but I don't see how these gaps may improve worker safety, or reliability. I rather prefer men of one piece, the Ecuadorian way.