Furloughs will be coming to Mayo Clinic later this month. Mayo officials announced Friday they were able to protect full pay and benefits for their employees until April 28th, but temporary furloughs of some staff and salary reductions will be required at that time. Mayo says less than a third of its 70-thousand nationwide employees will be taking pay cuts. The number of staff to be furloughed will not be determined until late this month or early next month. Mayo adds the Mayo Clinic CEO and CAO will take a pay cut of 15 percent, consultants and senior administrators will take a 10 percent cut and salaried allied health staff will take a seven percent cut. Mayo says the rate of pay for hourly staff will not change.