Teaching Overseas: The Best Legal Advice

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Lulu Press, Incorporated, 2005 - Law - 216 pages
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A Legal guide to working as an EFL/TEFL teacher. Immigration laws are complex and confusing and are examined. The Labor Laws across Asia (China-Korea-Japan) that determine your working conditions are varied and intricate, and get special attention. Pension refunds, Severance pay entitlements & Health insurance issues are also examined. 30% of all foreigners require legal help for breach of contract, (e.g. non payment of wages) - most leave their teaching job without receiving their legal entitlement. This book guides you such that legal problems can be avoided. Many foreigners are faced with urgent legal issues, arrest, imprisonment, police interrogation -this book helps you to understand your rights. Actual cases examined and discussed. Any one teaching or contemplating teaching in a foreign country should read this legal exposition.

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