Atlanta hospital’s plan: Ax 10 percent of jobs
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, January 25, 2008
Grady Memorial Hospital seeks to stabilize its spiraling finances by cutting nearly 500 jobs over six years, according to its Baseline Strategic Financial Plan. The document says Grady would accommodate the losses through greater efficiencies, but does not identify them. Hospital representatives say the job losses could largely be accomplished through attrition and are not tied to plans for layoffs or buyouts.
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