Rights and Obligations: Wholesome Eats’ Response to Policing Migration


The case of the fictitious Wholesome Eats – and its recently appointed chief executive Dipa Jade – deals with the obligations and duties of a business corporation. This includes policies the business corporation must follow to avoid trouble with the law. Operating in a politically charged scenario, one also marked by digital-era commentary on social media, Wholesome Eats has complied with new immigration regulations as enforced by the government on the right-to-work status of employees.

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