I had an interview with them. They are run by a traditional lao ban nian named Annabel. She speaks good Chinglish. Even her name is spelled like a Taiwanese obasan’s name. The place had a table full of fruits and perishable goods and incense blocking the front entrance as customary of many businesses in Taiwan that you pay respect to the gods because they bring in good business. It’s not a good fit for any respectable teacher. A school that pushes religious agenda onto the students and is run by conservative Taiwanese bosses. It’s 100% a business and not a place for education. This is their tealit ad: tealit.com/ad_categories.php … anguage=en
I refused to be given the runaround when they asked me to run to another faraway branch for another interview and demo after the initial interview and demo. Any chain school that is well managed will evaluate a teacher once and transfer it to different branches. The fact that if another position needs to be filled requires another interview at another branch shows poor management and that branches don’t work together.