Corrections Officers Benevolent Association, NIFA reach deal to end wage freeze

COBA leaders say those concessions include work rules

COBA leaders say those concessions include work rules and shift changes that will help reduce overtime for the union's almost 900 members. They've also agreed on a new hiring plan, which extends the amount of time it takes for officers to reach top pay. (June 28, 2014 5:46 PM)

An agreement was reached this week between the Corrections Officers Benevolent Association and the Nassau Interim Finance Authority, ending a three-year wage freeze.

The agreement comes with some concessions from members of the workers’ union.

COBA leaders say those concessions include work rules and shift changes that will help reduce overtime for the union's almost 900 members. They've...

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