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Unformatted text preview: In-Class Exercise 3: The MNovember 10,20091. Many ethical responsibilities are present in the case. For example, theemployee who contracted hepatitis was consistently wearing gloves whilepreparing the food, as to not spread the disease. Another ethical responsibilitywas that the employee was not working for 7 days when the authorities forced theVilla to close as to not spread while investigating the threat of the disease.There are also legal responsibilities present in the case. For example, when thelocal health authorities discovered the problem they forced the Villa to close for7 days. The authorities also announced that anyone who had eaten at the Villawithin the past two weeks should contact health authorities in order to be testedfor the disease. Both of these actions show legal responsibility and concern forthe customers and their health.2.The following 3 social responsibility perspectives apply to the Villa;Invisible hod of the mmketplace: The competition may eliminate the Villa...
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