Opponents of a plan to end retiree health coverage for state employees hired after January 2021 said it will hurt recruitment for jobs in prisons and state hospitals, such as Central Regional Hospital in Butner.
Opponents of a plan to end retiree health coverage for state employees hired after January 2021 said it will hurt recruitment for jobs in prisons and state hospitals, such as Central Regional Hospital in Butner. CHUCK LIDDY CHUCK LIDDY
Opponents of a plan to end retiree health coverage for state employees hired after January 2021 said it will hurt recruitment for jobs in prisons and state hospitals, such as Central Regional Hospital in Butner. CHUCK LIDDY CHUCK LIDDY
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State retiree health coverage to end for future NC employees

June 23, 2017 05:31 PM

UPDATED June 27, 2017 09:33 AM

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