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Hourly pay and lots of classes if you are able to be consistent with your teaching
They provide standard annual leave, medical and dental benefits are all so so. Nothing much about training for career improvement just adhoc once and awhile
The package is very average compared to the number of hours at work.
Read contract carefully. HR will charge you a few months' salary if you submit resignation before the contract ends. No bonus. Only got AWS which will be deducted if you took more than certain days' sick leave. Clocking in and out system and salary will be deducted if being late for more than 4 times a month.
The insurance is covered and the working hours is reasonable. But the HR set many unspoken rules, the turnover is quite high.
Standard benefits but got long service and productivity awards
BAD and horrible place to work. No benefit.
poor leave entitlement. horrendous management.
Not much to talk about, everything is kept to bare minimum. Even have to fork out money to consult doctor
Has medical insurance coverage, maternity leave, parental care leave, child care leave (if you have children).
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