Correction Officers getting FAT pay r...

Correction Officers getting FAT pay raises!

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The Gravy Train

Brooklyn, NY

#1 Jun 19, 2012
http://www.governor.ny.gov/press/06182012nysc...

Co's getting PAID! 7% Retroactive back to 2009, 9 days off, plus and extra 4% raise at the end! Sign me up, I wanna ride the gravy train!
lazy

AOL

#3 Jun 19, 2012
well im a babysitter too, do i get a raise
yeabuddy

Utica, NY

#4 Jun 19, 2012
P-H-A-T..!!
true blood

Cortland, NY

#5 Jun 19, 2012
65-75,ooo dollars a yr, 8 vac wks and med ins. Not bad huh?
Funny

Baldwinsville, NY

#6 Jun 19, 2012
The Gravy Train wrote:
http://www.governor.ny.gov/pre ss/06182012nyscoba-contract
Co's getting PAID! 7% Retroactive back to 2009, 9 days off, plus and extra 4% raise at the end! Sign me up, I wanna ride the gravy train!
Obviously you do not know how to read because the highlighted portions below are no "gravy train" Know what your talking about before you post stuff and sound like your mentally challenged!!

Zero percent wage increases for the three years

Deficit Reduction Leave of nine days (unpaid leave).

Health insurance premium share increase by 6% for both individual and families, making the share 16% for individuals and 31% for dependent premiums.
They deserve it

Cicero, NY

#7 Jun 19, 2012
They have to work 2 1/2 days a week 46 weeks of the year. They deserve a raise. LOL
They deserve it

Cicero, NY

#8 Jun 19, 2012
2 1/2 days a week
Paid to show up
4 or 5 weeks or more vacation a year
uniform allowance
Able to get million dollar retirement when in their 50's

Toughest part of their job is trying to stay awake.
Says it all

Cortland, NY

#9 Jun 19, 2012
For years they blabber about how supposedly dangerous fartcounting is. Not even in the top 20. Garbagemen have more dangerous jobs but no huge public safety unions. Hmmmmmm.
Prison Guard

Buffalo, NY

#10 Jun 19, 2012
This contract is similar in scope to what every other state employee has accepted. The 9 days of unpaid leave are coming right out of our paychecks, our insurance co-pays and portion of what we pay for the premium is going up. We face three years of 0% salary increases followed by 2% increase in the each of the last two years. Our retirement tables have been altered to make our accruals worth less upon retirement. Overall, this contract is exactly what can be expected in a "down" economy. We are not "making out", we are being compensated for the job that everyone has an opinion about, but few here want to stop down and pick up an application for....academy is running.. lets see if you got what it takes to deal with the worst that society can muster every day.
Real World

Cicero, NY

#11 Jun 19, 2012
Here is the real world for the rest of us:
Cuts in pay and that is only for those lucky enough to have a job
40 Hour / 5 day a week work schedule
NO increases for years
NO retirements except what we build in our own 401k
Sometimes no healthcare insurance other times paying 30 to 40% of policy and then still having huge deductibles
No healthcare after retirement
Prison Guard wrote:
This contract is similar in scope to what every other state employee has accepted. The 9 days of unpaid leave are coming right out of our paychecks, our insurance co-pays and portion of what we pay for the premium is going up. We face three years of 0% salary increases followed by 2% increase in the each of the last two years. Our retirement tables have been altered to make our accruals worth less upon retirement. Overall, this contract is exactly what can be expected in a "down" economy. We are not "making out", we are being compensated for the job that everyone has an opinion about, but few here want to stop down and pick up an application for....academy is running.. lets see if you got what it takes to deal with the worst that society can muster every day.
Too Bad

Brooklyn, NY

#12 Jun 19, 2012
Real World wrote:
Here is the real world for the rest of us:
Cuts in pay and that is only for those lucky enough to have a job
40 Hour / 5 day a week work schedule
NO increases for years
NO retirements except what we build in our own 401k
Sometimes no healthcare insurance other times paying 30 to 40% of policy and then still having huge deductibles
No healthcare after retirement
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You should have taken the CO test, they give it every other year, sometimes twice a year because nobody wants the job. If, big if, you can pass it you too can ride your self proclaimed "gravy train"!
Wow listen to YOU

Cortland, NY

#13 Jun 19, 2012
Too Bad wrote:
<quoted text>
You should have taken the CO test, they give it every other year, sometimes twice a year because nobody wants the job. If, big if, you can pass it you too can ride your self proclaimed "gravy train"!
Or maybe you dumbasses could pass the "Degree" test it's a little harder and has many many more rewards. And it puts me two tax brackets above having to live in a prison for a job. ARe you for real? You people are simply so deluded and full of yourselves it's amazing to listen to you. Gee too bad all the "really smart" people go to work as traffic cops or prison guards. Just because 99% of the people you meet in your job and Herkimer are as stupid and productive as pool slime don't confuse yourself the Donald Trump.
rod

Red Hook, NY

#14 Jun 19, 2012
Real World wrote:
Here is the real world for the rest of us:
Cuts in pay and that is only for those lucky enough to have a job
40 Hour / 5 day a week work schedule
NO increases for years
NO retirements except what we build in our own 401k
Sometimes no healthcare insurance other times paying 30 to 40% of policy and then still having huge deductibles
No healthcare after retirement
<quoted text>
You need to find a better job at remington we get 3% every year. But hey we have a union. Maybe union are good for the the working class.
co s

Whitesboro, NY

#15 Jun 19, 2012
ask mosca
Real Worker

Cicero, NY

#16 Jun 19, 2012
AND the owners of Remington are always laying off, threatening to shut down, and demanding tax breaks and taxpayer money. If Remongton was not propped up by taxpayer dollars the unions would have run it out of Ilion years ago.
rod wrote:
<quoted text>You need to find a better job at remington we get 3% every year. But hey we have a union. Maybe union are good for the the working class.
too many fake

Rome, NY

#17 Jun 19, 2012
comp cases. ask MIke K how many fake comp cases has he had,and still doing it. When at work sleeps like a pro.
Hah -Wont happen

Cortland, NY

#18 Jun 19, 2012
That would require people who at least knew what a screwdriver was for starters. Read these posts and tell me you'd want these types of rockstar wanabees and lazy people standing around looking for action and a reason to go out on comp. They'd starve. Look how they just started attacking remingtone now. This is the exact kind of person you don't want around in a place wehere people need to be responsible. They can play with them but not make them.
rod wrote:
<quoted text>You need to find a better job at remington we get 3% every year. But hey we have a union. Maybe union are good for the the working class.
rod

United States

#19 Jun 20, 2012
Real Worker wrote:
AND the owners of Remington are always laying off, threatening to shut down, and demanding tax breaks and taxpayer money. If Remongton was not propped up by taxpayer dollars the unions would have run it out of Ilion years ago.
<quoted text>
last layoff 15yrs ago . yes i got layed off to. dont know why we get corporate welfare i guess its because no one crys about corporate welfare to the rich they just bitch about the poor people that need it.
RIP Remington

Brooklyn, NY

#20 Jun 20, 2012
rod wrote:
<quoted text>last layoff 15yrs ago . yes i got layed off to. dont know why we get corporate welfare i guess its because no one crys about corporate welfare to the rich they just bitch about the poor people that need it.
Isn't Remington going to close once the MicroStamping Law is passed? All it needs to do is pass the Senate now and with libtard Schumer in there it likely will.
Prison Guard

Rochester, NY

#21 Jun 20, 2012
Real World wrote:
Here is the real world for the rest of us:
Cuts in pay and that is only for those lucky enough to have a job
40 Hour / 5 day a week work schedule
NO increases for years
NO retirements except what we build in our own 401k
Sometimes no healthcare insurance other times paying 30 to 40% of policy and then still having huge deductibles
No healthcare after retirement
<quoted text>
....and when you have to deal with what I dealt with last night...fight in the main yard followed by a slashing....didn't get out of there until 11PM...and I was lucky...others were still there compiling paperwork, escorting inmates to medical.... frisking and searching for weapons....plus all the other "regular" duties that need to be performed so that Johnnie Convict gets what he is supposed to get and doesn't file grievances for the mail not being picked up in time,sick call requests got to get collected, etc etc etc.....

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