MGMT 402 - Introduction: The paper informs about the Loblaw...

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Introduction: The paper informs about the Loblaw Hepatitis A Class Action from the perspective of Business and selected stakeholder relationships which occurred during September 2002 where a employee in the production was suffering from Hepatitis A, which resulted to spread in the food and grocery chain at Loblaw infecting other customers which started at their store located at 3671 Dundas Street West in the City of Toronto. The hepatitis scare took place in the summer of 2002, when an unidentified employee who worked in the produce department at the Humbercrest Market store, on Dundas St. W. near Jane St., was diagnosed with the disease on Aug. 15, court documents say, noting the illness dated back to Aug. 3. On Aug. 16, the employee was found to be no longer infectious. He was allowed to return to work and did so on Aug. 23, according to the documents. There were alleged various heads of negligence for Loblaw. People who suffered filed a lawsuit in a variety of ways, whether they had the vaccine or not. There was the loss of food, in the company and the company had to throw out all the produce brought between July 19 and August 16, 2002. They also sanitized their fridge and advised customers for the same. Many people suffered, missed work acquiring the vaccinations, had pain and suffering and even the vaccine has side-effect in addition to the soreness in arm.
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