Rhode Island-based St. Joseph Health Services imposes pay cuts, layoffs
Providence Journal, March 2, 2009
Rhode Island-based St. Joseph Health Services has announced that it is eliminating 36 positions and cutting pay for all of its non-union employees after losing about $3.4 million between October and December of last year. St. Joseph, which includes Our Lady of Fatima Hospital, in North Providence, and St. Joseph Hospital for Specialty Care, in Providence, has formally requested that all its union employees accept pay cuts, too. The pay cuts are 10% for senior management, 5% for middle management and 3% for all other employees.
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