Because of the tremendous volume of negative posts that the school has received on the Internet, and given the late date in the hiring cycle, one can only conclude that the school may be having trouble reaching its hiring quota. Given what I have read all over the Internet, that is not surprising at all.
"One" can conclude all "one" wants but spreading malicious gossip about a school "one" once briefly worked for (What was it, about 10 weeks, if that, more than two years ago? Hold a grudge much?) all over the internet (under a melange of names) is a bit juvenile . . . in my opinion mind you. I was just at the welcome meeting yesterday and 33 out of the 34 hired foreign teachers were all present and accounted for. The remaining one (but not the "one") is scheduled to arrive tomorrow. So, concluding is much like assuming and assuming is not fact only mere speculation.
All-in-all, at least 50 if not more teachers in China have offered their opinions on this school, on the management, and in some cases, on one manager in particular. Some of these opinions are favorable; at least 96% are not.
Previous employees of the school who have read the previous post have every reason to believe that this post emanates from an American-born foreign manager of one section of the school.
Consider, if you will, the threads about this school on http://www.eslteachersboard.com which, I believe, has a permanent ban on accepting retorts that it believes are from the management of this school.
VocalRush wrote:Except you are ASSuming that "Jake" and "kev7161" and "VocalRush" (me) are one and the same, which is a grossly false ASSumption. And you know what ASSuming does (leaning more towards YOU than me of course! LOL!)!!!! I don't think "kev7161" even gives a rat's ASS about your inane questions or even of this thread altogether so your crazy questions are thus pretty much moot.
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