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MU Curators discuss changes in retired employee health benefits

The University of Missouri’s Board of Curators met Thursday morning in Rolla to discuss changes for the upcoming school year.

Recent hires at the University of Missouri would not be eligible for subsidized health insurance after they retire and this would include anyone who was employed for less than five years on January 1st, 2018.

“Today’s action by the board changed the eligibility structure for current employees when they become retiree’s in the future.”Vice President of Human Resources for the University told ABC 17 news today ” We had a task force, and they recommended that we look at the retiree medical program for two reasons, one we were getting the best value for current retirees and the second was to to consider the future of retiree medical insurance for employees.”

A part of that group of retiree’s include Interim Chancellor Hank Foley.

The curators are scheduled to meet again Friday morning in Rolla.

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