Contract Requires Officers to Contribute Towards Health Premiums
Nassau police may have an agreement similar to the one between Suffolk and the county's police union. According to Newsday, the contract requiring new Suffolk County officers to pay for the first time to contribute towards their health plans, could spur a similar deal in Nassau with its labor unions. The new 10-year contract gives Suffolk County officers one point five percent annual pay increases beginning in mid 2013. In exchange, new officers will contribute up to 15 percent to their health insurance premiums, saving Suffolk $17 million a year.
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