Dartmouth-Hitchcock chief HR officer steps down: 4 takeaways

Lebanon, N.H.-based Dartmouth-Hitchcock health system's Chief Human Resources Officer John Malanowski is leaving, according to a Valley News report.

Here are four takeaways:

1. Mr. Malanowski has served in the role since February 2014.

2. The reason for his departure has not been made clear. An emailed statement from CEO James N. Weinstein notes that Mr. Malanowski "has built a high-performing team, but has always had the desire to do more."

3. Last year saw the health system grappling with the decision to lay off workers. Initially, D-H announced between 270 and 460 layoffs, however, in October 2016, it announced that the number won't be quite so high, although job cuts are expected. D-H also recorded an operating loss of $39 million in fiscal year 2016, compared to an operating loss of $9 million in the year prior.
 
4. It is unclear if the tension surrounding the financial issues and job cuts played a role in Mr. Malanowski's decision; however, he has agreed to stay on until March to ensure a smooth transition.

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