Delaware North is placing Bruins, TD Garden workers on temporary leave and cutting salaries due to coronavirus

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Delaware North, the corporate that owns and manages TD Garden, introduced Wednesday it will place 68 full-time staff on momentary depart and indefinitely scale back salaries of 82 full-time associates.

We are sadly asserting {that a} majority of our full-time workers are being positioned on momentary depart. They will obtain one week’s pay and eight weeks of medical advantages. More right here: https://t.co/RyuPCDk7oI

— Delaware North (@delawarenorth) March 25, 2020

“None of these decisions were reached without difficult and painful deliberations,” learn a press release. “These measures are intended to be temporary with associate employment and compensation returning once our business resumes to its normal state from this unprecedented stoppage.”

The workers who have been positioned on momentary depart will obtain every week’s price of paid depart and eight weeks of full advantages, in response to the assertion.

The adjustments to Delaware North got here 4 days after the Bruins turned the final workforce within the NHL to supply monetary help to part-time staff impacted by the season suspension as a result of new coronavirus. The firm’s chairman is Bruins proprietor Jeremy Jacobs, who has a web price of $3.Three billion, in response to Forbes. Delaware North has an annual income of about $3.7 billion.


”There is not any financial restoration with out public well being,” says Walsh


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