Sparman cuts

Maria Bradshaw,

Added 18 November 2012

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Tough economic times may have cut into operations of the multimillion-dollar Sparman Clinic and forced it to lay off staff twice this year due to declining business activity. The state-of-the-art 6th Avenue, Belleville St Michael clinic, which opened in 2009, sent letters to 15 of its staff members informing them that effective November 1 they would be temporarily laid off. The letter, a copy of which was obtained by the SUNDAY SUN, stated: “In response to the decline in its business activity, management of The Sparman Clinic have opted to restructure its operations to enable the clinic to become more efficient and viable. “As part of the restructuring process we will be making some changes to our current structure which unfortunately will result in some members of staff being placed on temporary layoff.”

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