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Case 2: E-Waste—An Important Global Environmental and Health Issue E-waste describes discarded electronic and IT devices destined for reuse, resale, salvage, recycling, or disposal. Over 46 million tons of e-waste are produced globally each year, and the toxic and complex minerals contained in e-waste can harm people's health and the environment wh...
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Case 2: E-Waste—An Important Global Environmental and Health Issue E-waste describes discarded electronic and IT devices destined for reuse, resale, salvage, recycling, or disposal. Over 46 million tons of e-waste are produced globally each year, and the toxic and complex minerals contained in e-waste can harm people's health and the environment wh...
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Category: Computer Science
Case 2: E-Waste—An Important Global Environmental and Health Issue E-waste describes discarded electronic and IT devices destined for reuse, resale, salvage, recycling, or disposal. Over 46 million tons of e-waste are produced globally each year, and the toxic and complex minerals contained in e-waste can harm people's health and the environment wh...
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Cases Disney Workers Replaced with H-1B Visa Workers When some 250 IT workers at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts were laid off in 2015, a condition of their severance pay required some of them to train their replacements—workers from India who were in the United States on H-1B visas. Two of the displaced workers filed class action suits claiming that...
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Cases Disney Workers Replaced with H-1B Visa Workers When some 250 IT workers at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts were laid off in 2015, a condition of their severance pay required some of them to train their replacements—workers from India who were in the United States on H-1B visas. Two of the displaced workers filed class action suits claiming that...
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