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Q: Can someone report a school for me? And I will pay them for it

I lnow a couple schools hiring foreign teachers illegally. And i want to report them. But, I want it to be anonymously. Can someone do it for me for money?

21 weeks 7 hours ago in  Visa & Legalities - China

 
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Volunteers are standing in a queue at my place ... 

 

They all want to know how much you're prepared to shell out? ... per report ... 

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Volunteers are standing in a queue at my place ... 

 

They all want to know how much you're prepared to shell out? ... per report ... 

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how much will you pay?

 

NOTE:
Chinese people will probably be cheaper !

 

indecision

odds are won't see this poster or the other one looking to snitch again.
 

(prove me wrong)

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Will you hire a non native or a native one to do the dirty job for you?

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Why do you want to remain anonymous. Be bold and report them. Don't hide behind shadows 

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Simple questions... are these schools underpaying or over working these teachers? Are the teachers not doing the job right? Is child safety endangered?

If yes, personally boldly report this.... if not, mind your business sweetie, there is enough room at the top for everyone....

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just mind your own business and if you are so right and brave so why do not expose them by yourself so just simply leave it and fly from here

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I bet you are fun at parties 

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Hope you aren't getting jealous because you are no more the center of the world. If it's for genuine reasons that endangers both you and the children safety or affects the kids studies, then you should have the bones to do it on your own. I think there is something fishy behind your attitude. Stop being a chicken and man up.

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I know a few teachers that are working without a legal work permit. One is on a marriage visa and one is saying it's voluntary but is getting full salary.  I could easily report them but I have known them for years so would feel bad about it. The one on a spouse visa has a spouse who has cancer so there is no way I would report.

However, if the police do a check on the  school the ones without legal permits would be in big trouble as would the school. The school inform the teachers not to show up or are warned prior to the police arriving.I also know people who have been caught teaching at training centres

The main point is the legality and obeying the law.

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My advice? Keep in your lane. If you know teachers who are working illegally, it would be them that suffer should you report the school. Wouldn't it be better to have a quiet word wqith the teachers, find out there situation, and help them out? 

There are many reasons people find themselves working illegally. Some intentional, some not. The non-intentional ones have been tricked and are the victims. Help them find a way to get legal employment.

If you are working without Z-Visa, Working Residence Permit, and Foreigners Work Permit for the job and location, you don't have an enforcable contract.. You may be lucky in having an employer who does exactly what they promised in the contract, but why take the risk?

Without an enforcable contract Chinese Employment Laws don't protect you. Get legal if you can, and if you can't know the risks. We shouldn't do anymore than try to give meaningful advice - as the saying goes: "You can lead a horse to water..."

Now, on the Native/Non-Native Issue. Yeah, it's shitty. There are many, many, many great ESL teachers who are non-natives, including Chinese teachers. Hell, I know enough great Local Teachers who are wonderful with their students and whose English is more than adequate to teach it. But clients don't pay the equivelant. This is market driven, clients pay premium for Foreign Teachers That's the reality and why many training centres scam both the teachers and the clients. Caveat Emptor. Reporting the schools will just get some teachers in trouble.

Sure, some teachers have eyes wide open and know that they are running the risk. Not my problem, their choice is their problem. If schools employing illegals bother you, it's simple. Don't work for those schools. Don't work for those employers. It will eventually be non-cost effective for them to hire illegally because they'll have to pay too much for those that want to run the risk. Market driven economics 101. 

So, in conclusion, keep yourself legal and yourself safe, help those that want or need your help, and keep in your lane regarding 'illegals'. Because if you're fully legal, China is the mollusc of your choice.

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I also want to report my school, where can I report them at which department? 

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What's the deal with everyone's post count in this thread?

It's weird.

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