HCA's TriStar unit freezes pay raises
TriStar Health System has told employees that it is delaying annual pay raises for 2009 and could eliminate them for the year if the economy doesn't improve. The subsidiary of Nashville-based HCA Inc. that operates its hospitals in Middle Tennessee also said that it has standardized pay practices across hopsitals in the markets that it serves.
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