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You need to weigh the benefits of moving to the new job against the risks of leaving the old one. Factors to be considered are pay rate, job security, location, benefits, and quality of work-life, among other things. Make a list and give it careful thought. Talk it over with those closes to you, especially if the decision will impact family members.
Also, you should feel free to negotiate any parts of the deal with the old and new employers.
If one of them is more open to discussion about things that need to be addressed, that will be a very telling point for your list.
If I give a two weeks notice on probation do I still quailify for cobra insurance
Let me check.
I have had dental and medical the past 3yrs at my current job.
I am getting married in dec 30th. This new job is in Costa Mesa,CA. This is where I will be moving and living. I will get on heath insurance with my husband after the marrage. I just want to be covered
Are you still there?
Sir, please respond
Yes. Thank you for your patience. The code does not distinguish between probationary employees and non-probationary employees for COBRA purposes.
If you need more information, just let me know.
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