5 responses to this post.

  1. That’s terrific news! There was a period of 7 years when I was a part-time occasional teacher – NO BENEFITS, just an hourly rate. I soooooo appreciate my benefits package now as a permanent teacher. You have much reason to be proud of your eldest!

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  2. Very happy for you all !!
    A lady at my work even gets her marital counseling paid for through benefits. Kind of seems wonky to me, but whatever.

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    • Hey Jacq, yes, a lot of plans include some type of Employee Assistance Program, where the employee can tap into counselling of various kinds, up to a certain limit, of course. The challenge with (some) of these EAP programs is that there are limited experts in specific communities, so you may not get access to the right kind of counsellor.

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  3. Posted by seenonflickr on January 14, 2011 at 2:33 pm

    This is awesome – maybe *I* should get a job there!!

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