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Post time 2016-5-27 16:40:41 |Display all floors
To all of you thinking of working in China, i have been spammed by a fake recruiter going by the name of 'Beijing Magic Education'

they fail to answer even the most basic questions on work terms and conditions.

Be warned to prepare when approached by these scammers.


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Post time 2016-5-28 02:00:51 |Display all floors
Don't bother with recruiters. After they place you, they don't give a rat's azz about you. Deal directly with the schools. You'll find much better salaries, terms, and conditions.
Stupid people are like Glowsticks. You want to snap them in half and shake the crap out of them until they see the light.
I love sarcasm. It's like punching someone in the head ... only with words

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Post time 2016-5-28 02:41:15 |Display all floors
cmknight Post time: 2016-5-28 02:00
Don't bother with recruiters. After they place you, they don't give a rat's azz about you. Deal dire ...

agreed, I don't deal with them, but I still get spammed.
Unfortunately not all schools that try to hire FT's are licenced to hire legitimately and try the old 'yes you can come in on a tourist/business visa and we will change it'
This is BS.

When negotiating with a school, always ask for a scanned copy if their licence to hire a foreigner, keep emails of any negotiation correspondence, and ask for testimonials from previous FT's.

Inform yourself on your rights as a foreign worker as there are many unscrupulous scammers around.

Schools are hiring now for the next semester and will try to bully the unwary into signing unfair contracts.

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Post time 2016-5-28 03:25:58 |Display all floors
The scum are everywhere

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Post time 2016-5-28 06:31:51 |Display all floors
With some schools, the English translations of their contracts, addendum and supplements don't match the original Chinese version, and it's the Chinese version that is legally binding... what you believe you are signing may be completely different indeed.
You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows. — Bob Dylan

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Post time 2016-5-28 09:09:54 |Display all floors
check it out online before ..

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Post time 2016-5-28 12:47:45 |Display all floors
Dracarys Post time: 2016-5-28 09:09
check it out online before ..

Checking it out online is meaningless.
Anyone living in China should know better than to believe what a company says on its website, as the young guy who died after he believed the claims of the hospital found to his cost, and all the fake 'diploma mills ' scamming students out of money learnt the hard way.

Any company that fails to answer basic questions clearly has something to hide.

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