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"I would like to know about teaching English online and how one goes about it. Do you need to attend any courses or if not? How do you gain employment teaching online and getting paid. I used to get notices asking me to teach online but cannot recall who sent them to me. "
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PERFORMANCE-RELATED PAY
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We have been told by our employer that our pay will be performance related as of the next academic year. He has not told us how our performance will be measured and I don't see how something so personal as teaching can be.

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Your employer probably wants to encourage good performance and to reward it, which in principle, is no bad thing. If you have concerns in this regard, it would be helpful to both sides to amicably discuss this change in your employment conditions.




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