The City Council unanimously signed off on a trio of contracts for non-safety workers Tuesday that offer pay increases if the city does well financially in exchange for increased employee health and pension contributions. City leaders will also be asking the workers’ representatives to consider reducing pension benefits for future hires.

The new contracts for the three bargaining units and a fourth for non-sworn police department employees will save the city an estimated $873,000 over three years if pay increases are factored in, staff reports on the contracts showed.