Created: April 29, 2020 08:00 AM
(ABC 6 News) -- For the second time in two months, Mayo Clinic has sent mass emails with incorrect or confusing information.
Around 5,400 employees received emails, some incorrectly saying the worker was going to be furloughed when they were not, and some getting the wrong furlough dates.
The emails were part of a mass correspondence confirming the employees were part of a furlough or reduced hours program.
Mayo Clinic had a similar situation in February, sending out 364 letters of acceptance to its School of Medicine, when only 50 students were actually accepted.
A Mayo Clinic spokesperson said the two incidents are not related.
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