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Q: Anyone here work for Key Logic and what was your experience?

Here is what happened to me before I got fed up and quit after two months and I am still waiting for my last 12,000 yuan!

I want to add Key Logic to the list of worst employers in Beijing - They trick us foreign teachers into preparing 5 or 6 ppts for "Upcoming Classes" and then ask us to rehearse the class for approval. They also want to "approve" the ppts. They don't tell you but they video tape your demo and then copy your ppt and put THEIR name on it. They also take photos of you giving the demo. Those "upcoming" courses are then taught by Chinese teachers using YOUR lesson plans and ppts! If you catch them they will tell you on of two things... 1) The client insisted on a bi-lingual; teacher or 2) They client decided they could not afford a foreign teacher!!! Its BS - they just want to keep the extra money and don't have their own teaching materials. In their brichures they used photos of a teacher who did not even know they used him and has not worked there in over 2 years!  They also print copies of foreign textbooks and then put THEIR name on the cover. What a bunch of thieves!


6 years 35 weeks ago in  General  - China

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I read something very similar to this earlier today on  I guess that their nefarious reputation is catching up with them!

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