An article in the Harvard Business Review about an accident at a Santa Clara University (SSCU) office has been widely shared online.
The article discusses a woman who has been treated at an SSCU hospital after she suffered a heart attack and collapsed while taking a break.
The incident has been reported by numerous media outlets including the Wall Street Journal and the Chicago Tribune.
The story has been shared more than 150,000 times and the Facebook page has nearly 700 “likes”.
In an article published on March 6, 2018, the article says the incident occurred on a Monday afternoon and a worker was in the office on her lunch break.
She fell and became unconscious.
She had an elevated pulse and had to be revived by paramedics.
The woman was rushed to the hospital and treated.
She has since recovered, the Harvard-SSCUS article says.
It was not clear how long the worker was on duty or how many times she had taken a break from her job.
However, SSCUS spokesman Patrick Meehan said the incident was under investigation and it was “too early to say” what the outcome would be.
He said the company was aware of the incident and was working to assist the woman.
He added that the company is also “working with local law enforcement”.
The article describes the incident as “unprecedented” and a tragedy for the SSCUs office, which employs more than 50 people.SSCUs was founded in 1867.
It now has about 300 staff, including 20 faculty members.
It is located in downtown Santa Clara, about 45 kilometres (28 miles) south-east of San Francisco.
In 2018, an accident occurred at a SSCSU office that left an employee hospitalized.ABC/wiresTopics:business-economics-and-finance,health,health-policy,samsung-sarasota-6500Contact Alex Pashley