Minneapolis medical center cutting 75 to 100 more jobs
Minneapolis-based Hennepin County Medical Center announced it will eliminate 75 to 100 jobs by the end of June to save money, its second round of layoffs since January. The hospital will also delay buying a piece of property in downtown for a new outpatient care building. A spokesperson said the hospital has not pinpointed which workers will lose their jobs, or the specific services affected. The hospital will also require administrators, managers, and supervisors to take two days off without pay this year to save money.
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