125 jobs cut at Chicago-based Resurrection Health Care
More than 80 managers at Chicago-based Resurrection Health Care were let go as part of cost-cutting moves. Resurrection, which operates eight hospitals in Chicago and adjacent suburbs, said management, ambulatory services, and system support positions would be eliminated. Of those "81 employees have been laid off and an additional 44 vacant positions will not be filled," the Chicago health care system said in a statement.
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