Ohio-based MetroHealth to cut 112 jobs to break even in 2009
Employees at Ohio-based MetroHealth System have found out that their numbers will be reduced by 112 to break even financially next year. The job eliminations are primarily in unfilled positions, but about 25 employees will be laid off effective the first of December. The layoffs and job eliminations are expected to save the hospital about $6 million in 2009.
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