A resolution increasing a NYSHIP participating employer's contribution for health insurance premiums is temporary absent a manifest intent to create a permanent right

Noting that there was nothing in the language of the NYSHIP participating employer's 1976 policy addressing employer contributions towards employee and retiree health insurance premiums that would create private contractual rights, this decision points out that the rules and regulations governing NYSHIP specifically provide that should a participating employer in NYSHIP  increase its rate of contribution toward the cost of health insurance benefits above the statutory minimums, the employer may thereafter decrease its percentage of employee contribution to the statutory minimum….

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