I just recently had an interview with a kindergarten and nursery organisation in HK which gratefully ended in a job offer. I was just wondering if anyone here may be able to shed some advice on whether it's a good deal or not. :)
- $23k a month - Approx 8am to 5.30pm Mon to Fri, 9am to 1pm Sat - No insurance - No bonuses - No relocation or accommodation allowances - 2 year contract - 3 month salary fee for terminating contract early - Free lunch provided
Sick, requested and annual leave is stated as being whatever labour legislation says it is, does anyone know what that is?
While I am pretty stoked to have gotten an offer of employment (because they'll sponsor my visa), I did get the strange feeling that they were actually that concerned about me and my skills personally - that they would have taken almost anyone with a degree from a native English speaking country.
Does that mean that the market for NETs is pretty high and that most schools/organisations are willing to take on almost anyone that applies?
Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated.