AEON Reviews

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Motoya Okada
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    Former Employee - EFL Instructor
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    I worked at AEON (More than a year)


    Well developed curriculum. Good staff support at my centre. Motivated students that want to learn.


    Self study sales period can be stressful. Having to do interviews in between classes can make for a hectic day.

    Advice to Management

    Overall, very good place to start an EFL career so keep up the training. Maybe provide more pretrainubg information to new teachers.

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    English Instructor Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
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    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at AEON.


    I went through the primary interview process very recently. If you are considering it yourself, my best advice is to be personable and as energetic as you can be. Most people that genuinely try and engage themselves will be asked back for a second interview. Make sure you pay attention as well, because I know they will ask you some questions about the presentation if you get asked back.

    Interview Questions

    • The difference between emigrate and immigrate. I always thought it was the same!   Answer Question

AEON Awards & Accolades

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Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations List , Corporate Knights, 2009

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Headquarters Chiba, Japan
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (82670)
Industry Retail
Revenue $10+ billion (USD) per year

Japanese giant AEON CO. has enough retail ventures to last for eons. The holding company has about 155 subsidiaries and owns or franchises more than 12,000 stores. It runs Japan's largest supermarket chain, with 1,280-plus stores under the MaxValu and other banners, and more than 3,500 MINISTOP convenience stores. AEON also operates specialty chains, including The Body Shop and Laura Ashley stores in Japan. It has a joint venture in Japan with Sports Authority and also operates HapYcom, a leading drugstore chain in Japan. Other operations include shopping center ... More

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