Ongoing N.Y. labor strikes hinge on employer benefit contribution

America's pension crisis is real — but not as bad as some companies want workers to believe.

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Employer contributions to defined benefit plans — the Cadillac of retirement packages once common among workers — are at the center of two labor strikes playing out in New York right now.

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