Officials at Howard University Hospital announced plans to trim 10 percent of its workforce by June 30, part of strategic efforts to restructure the cash-strapped facility, which reported a $58 million loss in fiscal 2014.

According to the Washington Business Journal, “neither union nor nonunion employees will be spared from the layoffs, which will also effect those in management roles.”

According to the Washington Business Journal, “neither union nor nonunion employees will be spared from the layoffs, which will also effect those in management roles.”

No word has been announced regarding severance pay for the affected workers.

While the hospital had narrowed its losses to $19 million by fiscal 2015, officials reported reduction losses of $10 million during the first eight months of fiscal 2016.

Hospital officials laid off 25 management supervisors in January 2015, warning that more layoffs would follow.

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