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Negotiating in 2014 vs. Negotiating in 2011. In 2014 it is STILL a FIGHT to keep what you have NYS In 2014 there is: GAP Elimination: Take back of school aid from Component Districts State Aid formula that negatively impacts rural districts hardest: - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Negotiating in 2014 vs. Negotiating in 2011In 2014 it is STILL a FIGHT to keep what you have NYS

In 2014 there is:

GAP Elimination: Take back of school aid from Component DistrictsState Aid formula that negatively impacts rural districts hardest: Majority of the Component DistrictsState Tax Cap: Enacted since 2011- Severely Impacts Component Districts State Aid Cap: Enacted since 2011 Impacts both BOCES and Component Districts. Limits amount of State Aide to NYS School Districts at the personal income growth amount in NYSContinued Negative public opinion regarding public employeesNYS PROPERTY TAX FREEZE NEW this year- fear further negative impact on Component District

Regional Teacher Settlements Since May 2012Majority of Salary increases range from 1.75% to 2.9% each year of new contract

Health insurance contribution changes include:

No change in contribution rate but change in Base Plan (e.g. From Select to Value) which is tied to increase in salary

No change in Base Plan but increase in contribution rate (e.g. increase by 3% - 5%) and tends to be tied to increase in salary

No change in Base Plan or contribution rate. Thistends to be due to: a very low salary increase, and/oreveryone already contributing in the range of 15%- 20%

Introduction of more Health Insurance Plan choices or less expensive plans

BOCES2 2014-2015 Tentative Contract ProposalBoard is comprised of representative from each of the 9 component districtsRatification occurs from the vote from the constituents and the BoardNon ratification means that we continue to operate under the terms and conditions of the current contract.Your vote is important!

Salary Increments2014-20152.8% + $450

2015-20162.7%

2016-20172.5%

Health InsuranceBluePoint2 Extended no longer available for enrollment ** YOU MUST CHOOSE ANOTHER PLAN **Base Plan BluePoint2 Value

Buy up to BluePoint2 Select (option)

Effective Date October 1, 2014

Health Insurance - DistrictsComponent School DistrictsBase Plan BrockportValueChurchville-ChiliValueGates-ChiliValueGreece *SelectHiltonValueHolley **Non-RASHPKendall **Non-RASHPSpencerportValueWheatland-ChiliValue

Majority of Monroe County East side schools have moved to Value as the base Total premium costINSURANCE PLAN

Extended PlanSelect PlanValue PlanFamily

$19,624$16,962$15,389Single with dependents

$18,650$16,118$14,623Two person

$17,029$14,722$13,357Single

$7,406$6,400$5,806Buy up FormulaTotal cost of the Select Plan

For pre 1/09 staff members:Subtract BOCES contribution (90%) of Value plan. For post 1/09 staff members:Subtract BOCES contribution (80%) of Value plan.

This equals your total annual cost for buying up

Buy up Formula 90/10 (Pre 1/09)from Value Plan to Select PlanInsurance Plan10% member contribution cost of value planAdditional cost to buy up to select planTotal Cost to member for select planFamily

$1,539$1,573$3,112Single with dependents$1,462$1,495$2,957Two person

$1,336$1,414$2,750Single$581$594$1,175* Plan numbers are based upon current premium cost for 2013-2014* Rates may change January 2015Buy up Formula 80/20 (Post 1/09)from Value Plan to Select PlanInsurance Plan20% member contribution cost of value planAdditional cost to buy up to select plan

Total Cost to member for select planFamily

$3,078$1,537$4,651Single with dependents$2,924$1,496$4,420Two person

$2,672$1,364$4,036Single$1,162$593$1,755* Plan numbers are based upon current premium cost for 2013-2014* Rates may change January 2015Current BluePoint2 Extended Buy-Ups

Insurance PlanEnrolleesCurrent Employee Cost for Extended PlanProjected Employee Cost of Select PlanDifference for Employee (Savings for Select Plan)Projected Employee Cost of Value PlanDifference for Employee (Savings for Value Plan)Family

27$4,358 $3,112$1,246$1,538$2,820Single with dependents3$4,143$2,957$1,186$1,462$2,6812 person

6$3,734$2,750$984$1,335$2,399Single

7$1,646$1,175$471$580$1,066Current BluePoint2 Select (Pre-1/1/09)

Insurance PlanEnrolleesCurrent CostAnnualCurrent Cost of Value PlanDifference (Savings)Family

62$1,696$1,539$157Single with dependents13$1,611$1,462$1492 person

25$1,472$1,335$137Single

14$640$580$60Current BluePoint2 Select (Post-1/1/09)

PlanEnrolleesCurrent CostAnnualCurrent Cost of Value PlanDifference (Savings)Family

15$3,392$3,078$314Single with dependents1$3,223$2,924$2992 person

7$2,944$2,671$273Single

8$1,280$1,161$119Health Insurance Contributions:Nurses will increase 4% from 6% to 10% over life of contract: year 1 to 8%, year 2 to 9% and year 3 to 10%

2 Members grandfather into Classic Blue Plan will increase 2.5% from 15% to 17.5% year 1

Pre 1/2009 members: NO change stay at 10%

Post 1/2009 members: NO change stay at 20%Health InsuranceNext StepsAUGUST 2014: Receive notification from BOCES detailing insurance options

If you have EXTENDED you MUST choose another option

If you VALUE there will be NO change

if you keep SELECT you must be aware this will become a buy up option after the enrollment date

Month of September 2014 members MUST change open enrollment if in Extended.

Month of September 2014 members who want to change from Select to Value will need to change enrollment.

Other Areas NegotiatedLeadership StipendsNow: Department Chairs shall receive $150 per unit member with a maximum compensation of $1500 and a minimum compensation of $1000.

Was: $136 per unit member with maximum compensation of $1363 and a minimum compensation of $818Other Areas NegotiatedBOCES Required Industry CertificationNew language added to read as follows:

The BOCES will reimburse CTE Teachers for the cost of BOCES required CTE Industry Certification fees.

B2TA Negotiating CommitteeRegina BoyerMary Etta ChorbajianCassandra DiPasqualeRob DonohewJeanine GallinaLeigh NenniRoxanne RedmondDavid ShalkeRobert VanWinkleMackenzie MarrJamie Guilian-NYSUT Labor Specialist

Tentative Contract ProposalQuestion and Answers?

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