Nemours Foundation will make cuts in its work force
The Nemours Foundation, which is building a children's hospital in Orlando, will cut about 7.5% of its work force in the next month. Facing a budget shortfall of $60 million this year, Nemours officials will eliminate about 325 positions at its clinics and offices in Orlando, Jacksonville and Pensacola, as well as a hospital in Wilmington, DE, and clinics in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The foundation currently employs about 4,400 people.
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