Employer's payment of employer contributions towards an employee's health insurance premiums discontinued during the employee's disciplinary suspension without pay

Employer's payment of employer contributions towards an employee's health insurance premiums discontinued during the employee's disciplinary suspension without payBoard of Educ. of the Dundee Cent. School Dist. v Coleman, 29 Misc 3d 1204(A)May an arbitrator require the appointing authority to continue its employer contributions for health insurance premiums during the employees disciplinary suspension without pay? This was one of the issues considered by Supreme Court in Board of Education of the Dundee Central School District v Coleman Dundee had served Douglas Coleman, a tenured social studies teacher with disciplinary charges pursuant to Education Law §3020-a. Ultimately the Hearing Officer, finding Coleman guilty of some of the charges and dismissing others, suspended Coleman from "from all teaching duties without pay" but directed Dundee to continue paying employer contributions for Coleman's health insurance premiums during the period of…

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