God NO...that kind of negotiation would be a huge red flag IMO.Do you guys factor in a training cost associated with your pay? Let's say for example a part 91 operator was going to send you to school for a PIC type in their aircraft, if the NBAA average is say $135K and they are willing to pay $120K plus the type....
I know it's all different depending on the situation but I'm curious how the negotiations typically happen.
PIC types for everyone is pretty mainstream in corporate. There is no real difference in the training. Anyone holding a type from you is simply afraid you will leave (RED FLAG)I see, does someone flying as an FO and captain qualified (ie plenty of time but needs to learn the operation and "get up to speed") typically make FO pay for the first say 6 months?
In this example the operator is paying for the PIC type.
God NO...that kind of negotiation would be a huge red flag IMO.
Training is just the cost of doing business.
Last time I bought groceries they didn't accept FlightSafetys stupid little "pro cards"