Nonjudicial New York state court employees making more than $115,000 a year are being asked to defer pay raises for no more than three years under a modified negotiating stance adopted by the Office of Court Administration.

A tentative contract agreement reached with the courts’ largest bargaining unit, represented by the Civil Service Employees Association, contains a wage freeze provision. But it also provides for the nonjudicial workers earning more than $115,000 to receive their deferred pay on March 31, 2011, if judges have not gotten a pay raise by then.

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