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It's a gtreat opportunity working with Bibo. I enjoyed everything and working for the company. Learned and challenged a lot. I love Bibo but I just don't know about the present management., because I heard the company already changed their name.
this is a fun and convenient job for me because there are no quotas required. you only get paid on the hours you worked every 15 days. You can choose whatever time is fine for you even if you have a busy schedule.
It's not what I expected. So many teachers yet only few students. I didn't reach the amount of salary that was being published. It's interesting to have diverse students. It makes the learning experience a two-way thing. They've also taught me a lot and not only me to them.
Lowest paying ESL company. They don't care about their teachers. 1 hour is equivalent to 90php. If you want to earn a decent amount of money, you'll have to work all day everyday without a break.
5-10php additional to your booked class for 2 days (incentives) how pathetic
long hours, low salary, they don't care about you even if you're violated by a student
its really great and fun experience connecting my life to my students. ive learned a lot from this company specially to the students that i have the chance to impact my view and opinion about there jobs and school life.
work at home
no benefits, no bonuses
Fun and comfortable, they have flexible time. I learned a lot in my communication skills. Nothing hard for a teacher if they plot their preferred schedule. The most enjoyable part of this job is that I can talk with the students and share different cultures.
Policy from the teachers are injustice.
The good thing about this job is that you can manage your time flexibly win the comfort of your home. It's nice learning about different culture.
Teaching English to Japanese clients. Patience is needed in every situation. Trying to teach basic English to a student who has no English vocabulary.
I worked for a Japanese company. The work place has a aura of strictly professional among employees, there wasn't much employee interaction. As expected there a ground rules which is good that standard is needed in a big company. I enjoyed having a bond with my students and having the feeling of they learn something from me. The best thing about my job is I get to be connected with people from another country and learn from there culture.
There is an equality among employees
graveyard shift, no health benifts
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