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ESL Jobs
« on: February 27, 2023, 05:44:15 pm »

To Apply Contact: Kakao: markkrajcar Skype: mark krajcar Facebook: ESL Teaching jobs in Asia

Wonderful Teaching Positions in New Semester, Mar., 2023

All the Major Locations in Korea Nationwide

Seoul, Busan, Incheon, Daegu, Daejeon, Ulsan, Gwangju, Jeju etc

Starting Date : ASAP & Early Mar., 2023
 Teaching Date : Mon thru Fri
 School Hour : 9:00 Am ~ 6:00 Pm / 2:00 Pm ~ 9:00 Pm
 Student Level : Kindy + Elementary / Elementary + Middle School
 Salary : 2.4 ~ 2.8 Million won (Depend on position)
 Vacation days : 1 week in Summer + 1 week in Winter
 Housing : One room furnished or Housing Allowance
 Benefit : Airfare, Severance Pay, Health Insurance, National Pension

  • Bakeacake
  • Expert Waygook

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    • July 12, 2010, 01:35:40 pm
    • Pohang South Korea
Re: ESL Jobs
« Reply #1 on: February 27, 2023, 05:48:14 pm »
Hey markcarjar...   still the same issue with this ILLEGAL job.  if you want, I can give you a hint as to why its illegal...  or you could do your job and find out on your own instead of passing off these illegal job offers on would be teachers who don't know any better.  But that IS your job isnt it...  collect the recruiter check at all costs?  Set a teacher up with an illegal contract at a school who are not abiding by basic minimum requirement of the law....  Get that money carjar! 

  • Mr C
  • The Legend

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    • October 17, 2012, 03:00:40 pm
    • Seoul
Re: ESL Jobs
« Reply #2 on: February 27, 2023, 07:40:30 pm »
I'm not clear on why these jobs are illegal. 

They are illegal for E visa holders, sure.  But I think there is some number of F visa holders who could legally take a kindy job, aren't there?

  • Kyndo
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Re: ESL Jobs
« Reply #3 on: February 28, 2023, 10:02:10 am »
I believe what Bakeacake is referring to is the number of holiday days, as described in the Korean Labour Law Article 60, clause 3:

(3)   Where an employer grants any worker a paid leave for the latter's first year of work, the former shall grant the latter a paid leave of 15 days, including the paid-leave referred to in paragraph (2), and, if the latter has already taken the paid-leave provided for in paragraph (2), deduct the number of days of such paid-leave from the said 15 days.

However, unfortunately, there's a loop-hole: businesses with less than 5 full-time employees are not obligated to give public holidays (red days). If they do, they are allowed to count them towards the 15 required vacation days.

Whether or not the listed job breaks Korean labour laws in this particular case depends on the size of the business (ie, is it part of a large chain, or is it a privately owned hagwon).

Perhaps it would be a good idea for the OP to clarify who the employer is.