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inlingua International CEO Vikram Bajaj
Vikram Bajaj
21 Ratings
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  • "Lots of preparation often required for courses, despite the low pay(in 4 reviews)

  • "Absolutely no benefits, absolutely no job security, and you're not even considered an employee(in 3 reviews)

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  1. "English Teacher, Inlingua International"

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    Current Employee - English As A Second Language Teacher in Miami, FL
    Recommends
    Neutral Outlook

    I have been working at inlingua International part-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Very good hourly rate. Do not need to create lesson plans, small class sizes. Friendly work environment

    Cons

    Independent contractor, no benefits, class preparation time not included in pay.

    inlingua International2015-10-11
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    "Rules and regulations are overwhelming and staff are treated like disposable items."

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    Current Employee - Language Trainer in Geneva
    Doesn't Recommend

    I have been working at inlingua International

    Pros

    Generally, people only work here as language trainers when they can't get any other work.

    Cons

    Much emphasis is put on rules and regulations rather than employee development. Staff are paid by the hour, and there is no guarantee of a certain number of hours per week. Under this system it's very difficult to make a living. There are no opportunities for training or development. There is no sick pay, and "holiday pay" is meagre. there are no benefits of any kind. Management...

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    Advice to Management

    Change your emphasis from enforcing rules to fostering development and creativity. Listen to the employees. Provide enough work and/or benefits so that employees' income allows them a basic standard of living. Treat employees as equals rather than inferiors. Hold meetings and invite suggestions.

    inlingua International2011-09-11
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