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posticon Ithaca Eye Doctor Honored by National Business Network

Business | Friday, May 25, 2018 | By - Print
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St. Louis, MO - Dr. Ted Bryant, owner of Clarity Eye Care in Ithaca, NY, received recognition for his continued commitment to professional development at a recent meeting of Cleinman Performance Network.

Bryant, celebrating five years in the Network, demonstrates a dedication to creating a healthy and beneficial work environment, as well as to maintaining a high level of patient care and satisfaction. As a member of Cleinman Performance Network, a wisdom-sharing group of peer optometrists from across North America, Bryant provides valuable knowledge that highlights and contributes to the best practices in vision care and eye health.

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posticon Six-Year Contract Agreed On With SUNY Employees

Business | Friday, May 25, 2018 | By NYS Governor's Office Print
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Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced Thursday that his administration has reached a six-year contract agreement with the United University Professions, the nation's largest higher education union serving more than 35,000 SUNY employees. The contract agreement includes 2 percent wage increases each year through 2021-2022 with access to new Paid Family Leave benefits, and establishes an adjunct minimum compensation. This is the first labor union agreement with the state that includes Paid Family Leave benefits since the policy took effect on January 1, 2018.

"The contract agreement reached with UUP fairly compensates SUNY university employees as they work to support students in higher education throughout the state," Cuomo said. "This agreement is a significant step forward for all of New York's public universities and ensures the highest quality of education for the next generation of leaders. I am grateful for the collaboration that helped make this agreement possible and look forward to UUP's growth and success for years to come."

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