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Q: Any recent information about Nanjing Ivy Education?

On The International Educator job site, there are many, many, many openings with Nanjing Ivy Education From what (http://cct.js.cn). There is also some info about them here on eChinaCities (http://m.jobs.echinacities.com/employer/2894554). From what I can see on their website, they have offices in several towns in Jiangsu Province, possibly out of the way places. Beyond that, I cannot find any reviews of what it is like to work for them. A large number of vacancies could be a red flag, but maybe they are a growing company? Which could also be a reason to be cautious about working for them. Just wondering if anyone has any info about what it is like to work for Nanjing Ivy Education Group?

 

-Thanks.

4 years 20 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Nanjing

 
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I've heard great things about them, my mate worked for them and like he said it all depends on who is the manager of the school. They can legally hire you easily especially in Nanjing

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I've heard great things about them, my mate worked for them and like he said it all depends on who is the manager of the school. They can legally hire you easily especially in Nanjing

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Ironman, Thanks for the info. Sounds like they could be a decent choice.

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don't rely solely on forum responses when choosing a place of work in China (no offense intended @ironman)

question the potential employer closely on terms and conditions of living, pay and employment.

a good employer will be willing to answer any and all questions.

a dodgy employer gets 'butt-hurt' and 'offended' if asked basic things like work hours, former / current employees, living arrangements etc.

 

just employ due diligence 

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