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On his 20th anniversary of working at University of Tennessee Health Science Center, electrician Tony Patton was called in to a meeting.
That’s when he found out that he was one of 70 frontline facilities workers being laid off.
Patton had heard whispers about layoffs about a week before. Carpenter Michael Garrett said he had heard about potential layoffs the Monday before they came — but administrators said they were just rumors.
Then on March 12, workers were brought into a room and given letters that told them to turn in their keys, badges, and anything else pertaining details ⇒
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