Children’s Minnesota to lay off 150 staffers

The layoffs affect about 3 percent of the health systems labor force. In addition to the task cuts, Childrens Minnesota stated that another 150 open positions will not be filled..

” Childrens Minnesota is committed to supporting these staff member shifts in every method possible,” a declaration from the system checks out..

Affected employees will either end their employment Dec. 31 or March 31, according to a statement from Childrens Minnesota.

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Wednesday, October 28th, 2020
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The notice follows Childrens Minnesota cautioned last month it was considering “considerable” layoffs and service combinations due to mounting financial pressure from the pandemic, market shifts and policy changes.

Minneapolis-based Childrens Minnesota will lay off 150 workers, the system informed Beckers Hospital Review..

Childrens Minnesota cited several factors for the layoffs, consisting of the monetary hit from the COVID-19 pandemic, the need to increase operational efficiencies and the need to support an organizational redesign..