Top 20 execs at Miami-based Jackson Health System to volunteer for pay cuts
Miami Herald, September 3, 2009
Representatives from Miami-based Jackson Health System said its top 20 executives will volunteer to take a 4%-5% pay cut, drop their car and executive allowances, and consider giving up five days without pay. The move comes after county commissioners expressed dismay about the number of executives earning big salaries in Miami-Dade's public hospitals.
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