By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Circle K Corporation, an Arizona-based company that is one of the country’s largest convenience store chains, has informed its 8,000 employees that the company, at its discretion would cut off medical coverage to employee “who are proven to suffer illness and accidents that result from the use of alcohol, drugs, self-inflicted wounds and AIDS, proven not to be contracted from blood transfusion. . ."  Notification of the new company policy was sent to employees on January 1 . . .
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By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Circle K Corporation, an Arizona-based company that is one of the country’s largest convenience store chains, has informed its 8,000 employees that the company, at its discretion would cut off medical coverage to employee “who are proven to suffer illness and accidents that result from the use of alcohol, drugs, self-inflicted wounds and AIDS, proven not to be contracted from blood transfusion. . ."  Notification of the new company policy was sent to employees on January 1 . . .
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OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Circle K Corporation, an Arizona-based company that is one of the country’s largest convenience store chains, has informed its 8,000 employees that the company, at its discretion would cut off medical coverage to employee “who are proven to suffer illness and accidents that result from the use of alcohol, drugs, self-inflicted wounds and AIDS, proven not to be contracted from blood transfusion. . ."  Notification of the new company policy was sent to employees on January 1 . . .
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