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Dilko Balikesir (BalÄ±kesir) Turkey
A colleague and I have been disappointed working here and have left five weeks into our jobs here. Be sure to get a contract before you go, and be aware that the owner, while complying with it, might say uninformed and/or untrue things to make it seem better than it is. Get anything you deem important in writing. The pay is low, the city dull and polluted, the flat a 25-min. walk from school, and the owner stingy and incompetent at running a serious place for learning. He's also emotionally immature and a bad listener, though he fancies himself quite a charmer. Oh, and there's no work visa so it's basically illegal work. If you have any questions you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I recommend it only to the desperate.
Re: Dilko Balikesir (BalÄ±kesir) Turkey (views: 5652)Online (Online) - Wed, 07 Sep 2011
Posted by Omer Bilgic
I am the director of that company and it is a must for me to answer Mathew Gill.I think he is dissapointed of being fired kindly and because of this he is trying to take revenge from us.I only want to say one thing,he worked for a short time because when he had lessons the students started not joining his class,they told me they don't want to have lessons with him,he was not enough and couldn't manage to teach here,that is all and the other teacher herself left us.She had 1 year contract but after she found a school which gives more,she left the school that's all.