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    Former executive director sues Niagara SPCA over benefits

    So do you think a non profit supported by donations should give employees life time benefits?

    Former executive director sues Niagara SPCA over benefits

    WHEATFIELD – The SPCA of Niagara reneged on its promises of lifetime health insurance and life insurance, the organization’s former executive director contended in a lawsuit filed last week.
    http://www.buffalonews.com/apps/pbcs...130729167/1003



    The SPCA board in 2008 voted 10-2 to buy Chille a $25,000 life insurance policy and Blue Cross/Blue Shield family health coverage for the rest of his life. The benefits were bestowed in lieu of a pay raise, the lawsuit said.
    That doesn't seem to be in the best interest of the Niagara SPCA. The pay raise only last while the person is employed or replaced. Lifetime health insurance/life insurance last until the person passes away. You have no idea how many years that can last or cost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WNYresident View Post
    So do you think a non profit supported by donations should give employees life time benefits?

    Former executive director sues Niagara SPCA over benefits

    http://www.buffalonews.com/apps/pbcs...130729167/1003





    That doesn't seem to be in the best interest of the Niagara SPCA. The pay raise only last while the person is employed or replaced. Lifetime health insurance/life insurance last until the person passes away. You have no idea how many years that can last or cost.
    Exactly the reason municipalities go broke,, and the SPCA is already broke. Not like that figures into the jilted recipient's mind. More areas should go bankrupt to allow for re structuring burdensome un affordable long term contracts. Police and Fire bankrupted Stockton.

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