I'm a full-time teacher at a non-profit, but I resigned in order to stay home with my daughter. Well, the school provided a counteroffer that would allow me to work part-time in marketing and curriculum development--FROM HOME. Is it possible to negotiate health benefits as part of a part-time salary when you go from full- to part-time? What's the best way to go about this? (I don't have to work at all, but the perk of health benefits makes me want to stay on at least part-time if it's possible. So it's not salary I'm concerned with; it's insurance.)Answer Question
Answer by Dr.Donna at 7:59 AM on Oct. 1, 2010
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Answer by MizLee at 8:14 AM on Oct. 1, 2010
It doesn't hurt to ask... "That's a great offer, I'd like to continue working here in that capacity. But, to do so I would require health care to be part of the deal" .... or something like that. If you are not dealing with a large corporation they more likely have more flexibility in this area.
The school system I work for you have to work at least 1040 hours/year to get beni's (that's PT).... of course I only work 700!! LOL
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