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March 9, 2014
City to start negotiating with unions for health care savings
Source: New York Daily News
By: Corinne Lestch

Discussions are a key part of overall labor talks with unions representing 300,000 city employees working under expired labor contracts. Unions are seeking more than $7 billion in retroactive pay hikes.

The city is kicking off negotiations with municipal labor unions this week to find potential savings in health care costs, officials confirmed to the Daily News.

“The city will commence discussions about health benefits with the unions that represent the workforce,” said Marti Adams, a spokeswoman for Mayor de Blasio.

The discussions are a key part of overall labor talks with the unions representing the 300,000 city employees who have been working under expired labor contracts, some for more than five years.




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