EHOVE administration, union agree on contract

Workers agree to pay freeze, new insurance plan.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Nov 19, 2013

 

The EHOVE Board of Education met in regular session on Nov. 6 and adopted the three-year contract agreement with the Ohio Association of Public School Employees (OAPSE) Local No. 500 and non-bargaining unit members.

Details of the contract, which runs through July 2016, include: zero percent increase on the base salary for the next three years, health insurance contribution of 10 percent this year, 11 percent next year and 12 percent the final year of the contract, a new health insurance plan in place on Jan. 1, 2014, which enhances wellness benefits and increases out-of-pocket costs to employees. The estimated three-year salary cost savings for the district is $156,744. The estimated three-year health insurance total cost savings for the district is $285,000.

 

Comments

Blaze

Hmmmm. Nobody posting about how teacher's just have it made? Or how public sector unions are destroying the economy? Very interesting. Hats off to the union for making a pretty substantial sacrifice.