SEBB and SERS benefits for subcontracted transportation employees passes another hurdle

Yesterday, the Senate Education Committee approved HB 1813, a bill that requires non-governmental employers to provide the same funding for SEBB (School Employees Benefits Board) and SERS (School Employees Retirement System) benefits as are funded by school districts for their classified employees.  The catch is that these benefits are only provided to represented employees and further, the additional funds for these benefits would have to be negotiated with the employees.  In other words just because employers have to fund it doesn’t mean the employees will get it; they must negotiate to get it.

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