Doing Business In China – Business Etiquette

Someone I know wrote this as part of their study and klindly agreed to let me pubish this here.

China has a unique business culture. Understanding the appropriate etiquette can be the key to getting things done and to be successful in business in China.

Finding business contacts

In China, business relationships are often formed through recommendations and personal relationships. This can make it hard for Westerners to get in contact with appropriate business contacts, unless they represent a very big company that everyone wants to do business with.

However, it is being more common for people to approach businesses directly, via the Internet, trade fairs, catalogues and brochures, advertisements, etc.

Guanxi – Business relationships in China

Business relationships in China are often based on personal or social relationships. If you form a business relationship with people you don’t know, expect the relationship to become social. You’ll eat with them, drink with them and sing with them!

The more you share about your personal life, the closer your business relationship will be. The decision to do, or continue doing business, with you is often based on the other party’s personal view of you rather than the numbers in a business case.

This is in contrast to Western business relationships which often remain professional and slightly detached, even after a long time.

An extension of this is the concept of Guanxi, which is the cornerstone of doing business in China. It can be hard to describe all the elements of Guanxi, but it is essentially to do with having good connections and getting things done through these relationships. For example, Person A needs something, so they get one of their connections, Person B, to call in a favour with Person C, who can actually influence the outcome.

Greeting people

The Chinese normally greet each other with a nod. They do usually shake hands with Westerners, but remember this is not their normal way of greeting people. Don’t judge someone if their handshake is not firm or they don’t make eye contact.

Names are very important to the Chinese and you need to establish how to address someone during your first meeting.

Chinese surnames come before the given name, eg surname firstnames. However, at first you are likely to address your Chinese business partners using their surname, followed by their title or designation, such as in the following examples:

  • Liu Xiansheng (Mr Liu)
  • Zhang Xiaojie (Miss Zhang)
  • Wang Zong (Director Wang)
  • Li Jingli (Manager Li)

Paying respect to senior leaders is very important, so addressing people by their designation, as in the last two examples above, is common and often important.

Giving Face

Face is an important concept in China. Giving face means to show the proper respect to someone. Loss of face occurs when someone is not shown the appropriate respect or when they are embarrassed.

It’s very important to avoid embarrassing someone. If they have made a mistake or if their negotiating position becomes untenable, make sure that they have an option they can take which lets them ‘save face’ or avoid embarrassment. Do not make them admit to their mistake or to back down from their position.

The ‘rules’ around the appropriate level of respect required can be quite complicated. For example, how expensive should a gift be for a prospective business partner? This may be different in different circumstances.

It’s easier to understand face from a comparative point of view: giving the most respect to the most senior person. For example, if giving gifts, make sure that senior managers receive better gifts than those less senior to them.

Although paying respect occurs in the West, there is far more emphasis placed on this in China. For example, on meeting the CEO of a Western company, it would often be acceptable to address them by their given name. This would result in a loss of face for a Chinese CEO, who would expect to be addressed by his surname and designation, as outlined above, as a mark of respect.

Business cards

Exchanging business cards has become a ritual in China.

Business cards are normally exchanged at the beginning of business meetings.

Two hands are used when exchanging cards, both when giving and receiving. The card should be facing the person receiving it. When you receive a card, you should take some time to examine it, as this shows respect for the giver.

Seniority is very important in China, so you must give your name card to the most senior person first, then hand them out in order of seniority. Failure to do this will cause a loss of face for any senior people who are bypassed in their normal order.

Have a plentiful supply of cards as you’ll probably give out many more than you expect.

Gifts

Giving gifts is often a part of doing business in China and is an important part of building relationships. However, it can be tricky to buy appropriate gifts.

Gifts are often measured by their value. The more expensive the gift, the more face given to the receiver and the greater the benefits to the business relationship. Cheaper gifts, even those with novelty value, are not likely to be well received, although the receiver is unlikely to give any indication when receiving it.

However, there is increasing focus on corruption and bribery in China, so the value of gifts should not be unreasonably high, in case it causes questions around the motives for the gift.

Also note that as mentioned above, senior managers should be given better gifts than those less senior to them. As with business cards, gifts should be exchanged using two hands.

There are some things to avoid when giving gifts:

  • plain black or white wrapping paper, as these are the colours of mourning
  • clocks, a handkerchiefs, umbrellas, white flowers, as these can signify death
  • sharp objects, such as knives, which signifies the cutting of a relationship

Common courtesy

You should follow normal conventions for common courtesy:

  • Don’t be late for meetings, especially if you’re the host
  • Don’t interrupt people when they are speaking
  • Don’t put people on the spot

Speaking

Most Chinese businessmen know some English, but they are unlikely to be fluent, so speak slowly, use simple language and short sentences if possible.

If you can, learn a few words of Chinese. As well as being a good ice-breaker, it shows the Chinese party that you respect them and their culture. They are likely to appreciate the effort.

It’s a good idea to have an interpreter if you can. Ideally this should be someone you can trust, who understands what you are trying to achieve and who can also help you negotiate cultural differences and the subtleties of doing business in China. However, you should talk directly to the host rather than the interpreter.

There are cultural differences. The Chinese representative may pause to consider things properly before speaking, resulting in gaps in the conversation. They may also not give an immediate reaction to what you are saying, but rather consolidate their thoughts before responding. Be patient.

Modesty and compliments

Modesty is considered a virtue in China. People don’t like others who show off or boast about things – this is considered to be rude. Conversely, putting yourself down actually increases your standing in Chinese people’s eyes.

Expect Chinese people to pay you compliments, but be modest and deny them. Make sure you pay plenty of compliments in return.

Saying No

You should never say “no” to a request directly. To do so would result in a loss of face for the other party. Instead, try to find an indirect way to say it, or to defer the decision to another time, such as “I will have to look into that” or “we can probably do that sometime soon”. Avoidance is a key technique in negotiations involving the Chinese.

Keep in mind that if the other party is telling you they need to look into something or are vague on when something may happen, they may actually be saying no to you. There are many stories of Western companies being told something will happen soon, without it ever materialising. This may have been the Chinese party trying to spare their feelings by redirecting the topic rather than give them a straight “no”.

Of course, if they say they need to look into something or that something will happen soon, they may actually mean that – there is no way to tell!

Saying Yes

Similarly, the Chinese representatives may say “yes” when they don’t mean it. It may be they are showing that they are listening or that they understand what you are saying. It may even be that they don’t want you to lose face by disagreeing with you publicly. Just because they are saying yes does not mean that they are agreeing to your terms.

Small talk

You will find that people don’t want to rush straight into negotiations. They will want to get to know you first. You will need to make small talk with them.

It’s best not to discuss politics or religion, as you may offend someone. Similarly, it is best to avoid telling jokes as humour doesn’t translate well and you are likely to just confuse people.

It’s better to discuss neutral topics such as what you should see while you are in China, what you should eat, or sport – the NBA and soccer are popular.

You may also find that people have questions for you. Don’t be surprised if they are very direct and ask your relationship status, if you have children, etc.

Business dinners

As mentioned above, business is often more about relationships than it is about numbers in a business case.

As a result, doing business in China almost always involves lunch and/or dinner at a restaurant. It is said that more business is done over the dining table than over than over the boardroom table.

The restaurant will normally be on the expensive end of the scale (for China) and you will often eat in a private room. Seating arrangements are important, so defer to the Chinese party when deciding where to sit.

There will normally be many dishes, which are shared by all. It is polite to try every dish. You should always leave something on your plate at the end, to indicate that you have eaten your fill. Sometimes your host may serve food into your bowl and it can be a good move to do the same for your host if you can do so comfortably.

The host (whoever arranged the dinner, which may be you) normally pays, although it can be good to make a token attempt to pay. Fighting to pay shows your generosity.

Inevitably, dinner will involve drinking with your hosts.

Drinking

There will almost certainly be alcohol at a business lunch or dinner.

This is often baijiu, Chinese wine, which is stronger than Western spirits. It can have an alcohol concentration level of up to 80%! Beer is relatively common and you sometimes encounter red wine, but toasting will normally be done using baijiu.

Drinking is done through toasts, where the host say ganbei. This literally means ‘dry glass’ and you are expected to finish the glass, which is normally the size of 3 to 4 shot glasses. Be careful! It is easy to be ‘toasted’ into submission.

It is often seen as rude to not drink with your hosts. However, it is better to not drink at all, than to drink only a little then stop.

If you say you can only drink a little, this will be taken as modesty, and they will assume that you really can drink a lot. If you start drinking, then stop after a few drinks, this will be considered to be very rude. Reasons which would be valid in the West, such as having to work tomorrow, are not acceptable.

The best solution is to say that you cannot drink (wo bu hui he). Alternatively, you can bring a partner who can drink on your behalf.

Smoking

Smoking is very common in China and it is a ritual for men to share a smoke after a meal. You should let them smoke if they want to. Refusing to participate is less rude than refusing a drink, just say wo bu hui chou (I can’t smoke).

Chinese Hospitality

This post was first published on October 6, 2007, on my web development blog.

After 4 months of blogging, I had my first enforced break and have been away from my computer for 5 days. I didn’t really miss it much – a few pangs now and then, some minor guilt about people expecting replies to comments, but mostly I just really enjoyed being with my family.

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Job Listings Now Live

This is just a brief announcement that job listings are now live on the site. Any employers wanting to post jobs can now do so for free, using our Post Jobs page.

Although I originally bought the jobsinchina.com domain to build a job listing site, for various reasons that plan was abandoned. The site launched as blog in January 2008, when I was living in China and wanted to write about my experiences living there.

By November 2009, I’d hooked up with NewChinaCareer and they provided job listings on this site, right through to November 2010, when their site disappeared without warning.

Since November 2010, there haven’t been any new jobs listed on Jobs In China, a situation I wanted to rectify. I therefore went ahead and created the ability for jobs to be listed directly on the site, no third parties needed.

I have some big plans for the functionality, using the latest features of WordPress – but first things first. I need to get employers to start posting jobs here. I have a steady stream of people looking for jobs, but not many posting jobs (actually none at the time of writing!).

So over the next few weeks, I hope to get in touch with some employers and get them to start using the site, so that it can finally become what I wanted it to be when I registered the domain all the way back in 2004: A place to put employers and job seekers in touch.

China’s Dragon Boat Festival Holiday

This is another post I wrote a little while ago and haven’t posted until now.

China’s Dragon Boat Festival (Duanwu) occurs on 5th May on the Lunar calendar. This equates to the following dates on the Western calendar:

  • 2012 date: 23 June
  • 2013 date: 12 June

As the name of the Festival indicates, it’s famous for Dragon Boat racing! People also eat zongzi (glutinous rice dumplings wrapped in bamboo leaves) and drink baijiu (Chinese wine) during this holiday. Continue reading

14000 to 18000RMB per month Kindergarten teacher wanted in Chengdu

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14000 to 18000RMB per month Kindergarten teacher wanted in Chengdu

Job Details
Job Title( Expertise field) and Description:international school English teacher
Teaching Hours per week (apply teaching job) 27.5
Office Hours per week 5
Working Days per week 5 Days per week
Students’ Age 2-6
Class Size: about 25; 15-35 Minutes/Class

Foreign Teachers Requirements
Nationality: native English speaker
Job VacanciesZ: 5
Degree : bachelor or above
Major: pre-school or elementary school education major preferred
Gender Required: No limitation , Spouse allowed
Age Required: 25-50
Teaching/Working Experience :2 years teaching experience in kindergarten or elementary preferred
Arrival time : 2017.8
Other Requirement: certified degree & no criminal record

Terms of Employment
Contract Length 2017. 8
Salary : 14000-18000
Airfare Allowance : one month salary as bonus after one year contract
Travel Allowance : no
Insurance: business insurance
Apartment : yes
Utility : by teacher
Meals Offered? Working lunch
Over Work Allowance
Holidays : National holidays
Paid Holidays: yes
Visa ; yes
Other Allowance : transportaion allowance

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8000RMB per month university English teacher wanted in Guangzhou

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8000RMB per month university English teacher wanted in Guangzhou

Qingyuan, Guangzhou
Job Title( Expertise field) and Description:Oral English teacher
Teaching Hours per week(apply teaching job): 16 teaching hours per week
Office Hours per week: Mon-Fri
Working Days per week; 5 Days per week
Students’ Age; 18-22
Class Size; 30-35
Duration of each class 45 Minutes/Class

Foreign Teachers Requirements
Nationality: native English speakers
Degree : certified bachelor or above
Major: no limitation
Gender Required: No limitation , Spouse allowed
Age Required: within 55
Teaching/Working Experience : teaching experience in China preferred
Arrival time :end of Aug 2017
Other Requirement : no bad habit

Terms of Employment
Contract Length: Aug 2017- July 2018
Salary: 8000RMB before tax ( need finish 16 basic teaching class)
Airfare Allowance
Travel Allowance : 3750RMB per semester, 7500 for one year
Insurance: accidental business insurance
Apartment :free signle apartment with basic facilities
Utility : paid by teacher
Meals Offered? no
Over Work Allowance : 120RMB/H for bachelor, 130RMB for Master, 140/h for Dr
Holidays : Chinese national holidays, summer/winter holidays
Paid Holidays: 80% salary of summer & winter holidays
Visa : school will pay for the charges if apply visa successfully, or teacher need to pay
Other Allowance : free body examination charges after one year contract

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After tax 11k to 15k Public primary school ESL teacher in Shanghai

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After tax 11k to 15k Public primary school ESL teacher in Shanghai

Shanghai Changning district,

teaching students ranging from ages 7-12 (grades 1-5). You will
become a real teacher in the public school and work closely with Chinese teachers. A
full curriculum with materials is provided to help you plan engaging and exciting
lessons. Five working days a week, from Monday to Friday. On the average 20
teaching hours a week, including normal English lessons, workshops with Chinese
English teachers, English corner, meeting with the school leader. Eight hour shift a
day, from 8:00am to 4:00pm. Free lunches at the school.

This program is ideal for those who would like a more immersive teaching experience
within the vibrant city of Shanghai.

The details are as follows:
Contract Period: Starting September 1st – middle of June (9.5 months)
Salary: RMB 11,000 – 15,000 AFTER TAX (depending on experience and
qualifications)
Housing Allowance – RMB 1,000
End of contract bonus when the teacher finishes this contract: RMB5,000
Performance bonus when the teacher finishes this contract: RMB5,000
Health Insurance Reimbursement: up to RMB1,300
Holidays: 8 paid holidays consisting of any national holidays during the normal
semester
One month unpaid holiday : (winter holiday) a month between January and February.
There will be a one-off payment RMB6000 made to the teacher to assist with living
and/or travel expenses during this time.
Valid Work Visa
NB: There are no flight reimbursements with this program.

If you would like to be considered for these positions, please prepare the following
documents:
– CV / resume with Skype ID and email address
– A high-resolution scan of degree and original
– Notarized certificate of degree
– A high-resolution scan of TEFL or equivalent and original
– Notarized certificate of TEFL or equivalent
– No criminal record
– A high-resolution scan of passport photo page
– Recent photo
We would like to hear from candidates who are;
– Native English Speakers from Canada, the UK, America, New Zealand, Australia,
Ireland, South Africa
– Have a recognized EFL qualification (TEFL/TESOL /CELTA/DELTA)
– Have a university degree
– Teaching experience preferred but not essential
– Are outgoing, enthusiastic, positive, sociable, hard-working, patient and professional
– Are looking for a challenge and enjoy working with young learners

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ESL Consultant
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kids training/elemenary/kindergarten English teacher job in Shanghai

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kids training/elemenary/kindergarten English teacher job in Shanghai

Teach students between the ages of 3 and 16 in a fun and engaging
environment. All our schools maintain the highest standards in education by providing
excellent course materials, technology and an engaging learning environment.

Location: Shanghai, Changning District
Preferred starting date: August 1 st / September 1 st 2017
Salary: RMB 11,000 – RMB 15,000AFTER TAX (depending on experience and
qualifications)
Housing Allowance – RMB 1,000
End of contract bonus when the teacher finishes this contract: RMB5,000
Performance bonus when the teacher finishes this contract: RMB5,000
Health Insurance Reimbursement: up to RMB1,300
Holidays: 16 days paid holiday including national holidays, school holidays, etc.
Un-paid holiday: there will be one month unpaid holidays in the winter holiday
(January or February). Half salary guaranteed with 45 teaching hours at least and any
extra hours in that month will be paid by hourly rate.
Teaching Hours: 90 hrs teaching hours per month (no office hours beyond the 90
hours)
NB: There are no flight reimbursements with this program.

Qualifications:
We would like to hear from candidates who are;
– Native English Speakers from Canada, the UK, America, New Zealand or Australia,
South Africa
– Have a recognized EFL qualification (TEFL/TESOL /CELTA/DELTA)
– Have a university degree
– Teaching experience preferred but not essential
– Are outgoing, enthusiastic, positive, sociable, hard-working, patient and
professional
– Are looking for a challenge and enjoy working with young learners
Apply now by sending the following documents:
– CV / resume with Skype ID and email address
– A high-resolution scan of degree and original
– Notarized certificate of degree
– A high-resolution scan of TEFL or equivalent and original

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ESL Consultant
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Secondary school female English and French teacher wanted in Jining

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Secondary school female English and French teacher wanted in Jining

Jining, Shandong province
Subject To Teach: Oral English & French
Teaching Hours per week: within 18 teaching class
Office Hours per week: 6 hours a day
Working Days per week : 5 Days per week
Students’ Age: 12-14
Class Size: about 25-30
Duration of each class 40 Minutes/Class

Foreign Teachers Requirements
Nationality: native English/French speakers
Numbers Need: one
Degree : bachelor or above
Major: no limitation, education preferred
Gender Required: no limitation
Age Required: within 40
Teaching Experience : 2 years or more
Arrival time : end of Aug 2017
Other Requiremen: easy going

Terms of Employment
Contract Length: Aug 2017 start
Salary: basic 12500RMB per month
House allowance: 1400RMB per month in school, 2500RMB for rent
Bonus: 2500-4000RMB per semester, contract renewable bonus
Airfare Allowance : 10000RMB before tax
Insurance: yes
Apartment :school offer single apartment with basic facility; if with family, teacher will pay
Utility : school will pay for if living in school
Meals Offered? Mon-Sat free Chinese/Western food, school have canteen
Holidays : national holidays, summer/winter holidays
Paid Holidays: paid winter holidays
Visa : yes

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16000 to 26000RMB per month PYP teacher wanted in Chengdu

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16000 to 26000RMB per month PYP teacher wanted in Chengdu

Job Details
Job Title( Expertise field) and Description: PYP teacher
Teaching Hours per week (apply teaching job) 27.5
Office Hours per week: 5
Working Days per week : 5 Days per week
Students’ Age: 2-6
Class Size: about 25
Duration of each class: 15-35 Minutes/Class

Foreign Teachers Requirements
Nationality: native English speakern
Job VacanciesZ 5
Degree: bachelor or above
Major: pre-school or elementary school education related major preferred
Gender Required: No limitation , Spouse allowed
Age Required 25-50xperience
Teaching/Working Experience: 3-5 years kindergarten or elementary school, or PYP school teaching
Arrival time :2017.8
Other Requirement : certified degree, no creminal record, TEFL , Recomedation letter

Terms of Employment
Contract Length: 2017. 8.14-2018.7.14
Salary;16000-26000
Airfare Allowance :one month salary as bonus after one year contract
Travel Allowance ; no
Insurance: business insurance
Apartment : yes
Utility : teacher
Meals Offered? Working lunch
Over Work Allowance
Holidays : national holidays
Paid Holidays: yes
Visa “ yes
Other Allowance

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ESL Consultant
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15000 to 20000RMB Native English teacher wanted in Zhejiang Shaoxing

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15000 to 20000RMB Native English teacher wanted in Zhejiang Shaoxing

Native English speaker
6 days per week,20 teaching hours,no office hours, 2 hours earlier before class
Students no:6-8
Free single apartment
One round flight ticket every year
Medical insurance
15K to 20K per month

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native or European near native training school English teacher wanted in Wuxi

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native or European near native training school English teacher wanted in Wuxi

Wuxi, Jiangsu province
Native English speaker, if with family member, fees paid by teacher
Bachelor or above
Reponsible, easy going
Contract for one year
Teaching experience preferred

3-12 years kids training school ESL teacher
Rest on Mon, Tue-Fri 16:30-20:00, weekend 9:30-20:30
Students no: within 8
10000RMB per month, paid on 15th monthly
Free apartment
Adjust rest days according to national holidays, plus 2 weeks holidays
One round flght tickets every year
Visa: teacher apply
Teaching assistand: one class one assistant

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fashion design university English/arts teacher in Nanchang

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fashion design university English/arts teacher in Nanchang

Nanchang city, Jiangxi
Job Title( Expertise field) and Description:Oral English teacher, art teacher
Teaching Hours per week(apply teaching job) 20 per week
Office Hours per week: no requirement for office hours, need to attend teaching meeting/English corner or other school actives
Working Days per week 5 Days per week
Students’ Age 18-23
Class Size 30-50
Duration of each class 45 Minutes/Class

Foreign Teachers Requirements
Nationality: native English speaker , art major preferred
Degree : Bachelor or above
Major: art related preferred
Gender Required: female
Age Required 28-45
Teaching/Working Experience : yes
Arrival time : Sept 2017
Other Requirement

Terms of Employment
Contract Length: Sept 1 2017- June 30 2018
Salary: 7000RMB before tax, art major native English speaker(master) negotiable
Airfare Allowance : 4000RMB per semester, 8000RMB per school year
Travel Allowance 1100RMB per semester,2200RMB per school year
Insurance: yes
Apartment : 2 bedrooms one dining hall, with basic facilities
Utility: school
Meals Offered? No
Over Work Allowance 75RMB per hour for over 20 teaching class
Holidays : Chinese national holidays, summer/winter holidays
Paid Holidays
Visa
Other Allowance : yearly bonus

If you are interested please send a 30 seconds video introduction in Englsih focus on teaching and education background, resume, photo, degree in English translation, teaching cert to (plz send us the job link as well) to the email below

ESL Consultant
skype: amci77
Add us on Wechat: 13791985128 / ESL-Consultant
Follow us on Wechat for more job vacancies: ESL-Consultant
E-mail: hr@eslconsultant.com
www.eslconsultant.com

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ASAP 15000RMB kids training school ESL teacher in Suzhou

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ASAP 15000RMB kids training school ESL teacher in Suzhou

Kids training school in Suzhou city, looking for English teachers.

Native English speakers, Bachelor Degree, majored in language teaching, got TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certificate, at least 2 years teaching experience will be appreciated.

The Teacher shall be paid a basic monthly salary of RMB 15000 with 96 hours per month (Include the housing allowance 3000RMB Per Month ). Salary payment, after deductions for tax and any accommodation charges, will be paid into a bank account agreed by the Company on the first banking day on or before the 10th of the following month.
ADDITIONAL PAYMENT
The teacher shall receive 5000RMB for the end contract bonus, and shall receive 4200RMB for flight reimbursement.
The teacher shall receive 1,300 toward health insurance as per The General Directives 11.1
The teacher shall get 22 paid-holidays.

NB. Such payments and benefits described above are not due, and any payments already made will be forfeit, should the Teacher be in breach of this contract.

If you are interested please send a 30 seconds video introduction in Englsih focus on teaching and education background, resume, photo, degree in English translation, teaching cert to (plz send us the job link as well) to the email below

ESL Consultant
skype: amci77
Add us on Wechat: 13791985128 / ESL-Consultant
Follow us on Wechat for more job vacancies: ESL-Consultant
E-mail: hr@eslconsultant.com
www.eslconsultant.com

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