Best English Training in Yantai SCAM This company used many tactics to take money from their staff members, inadvertently (I’m sure) abusing their staff in the process. They deliberately over hire staff. It’s a small company, no one could know how many teachers they require until after signing the contract. Once teachers have arrived from their home countries they are required to give up significant sums of money as a deposit. After a while more and more appalling treatment begins to be used against them; each being played off against the others with threats, punishment, slander, slur and drastic increases or decreases of workload (forced to turn up regardless of whether or not there were classes) those without z-visas feel the pressure the most. A test to see who was most likely to accept ever lowering standards and attempt to force those who will not to quit. It didn’t matter how many times the absurdity of this situation was raised. People went to discuss the matter with the best intentions only to have themselves shouted at.
When someone quits, their deposits are taken, pay is not given, all documents are withheld and contact is cut with threats of legal action, and the game continues for those who were left… with lower standards of work (until they quit, and so on it goes…). This illustrates just one of the methods of an employer who is willing at all costs to make a mint (they cut every corner possible), with absolute disregard and mercilessness toward the teachers. Not to mention that students and parents are also being short changed with teachers dropping in and out, and unable to get a refund, which is a shame as the students are great. But that is neither here nor there. I hope this will be the last time such a strategy is used.
I advise teachers to be very cautious about accepting a job here. They have many other tricks and plenty of wriggle room in the contract to attempt to justify them. If there are people who now work there, take care of each other.