EF Education First
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EF Education First Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Edward Hult
    73%
    approve of Edward Hult's performance
  • Founded
    1965
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Industry
    Education
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Local English Teacher in Hong Kong
on May 2, 2019
Great co-workers, but upper management complacent/clueless at times
I worked as an English teacher at EF English Centres in Hong Kong. It’s not a terrible gig, they do take care of you with their health insurance and MPF (basically the HK version of a 401k, but more capitalized and less useful). Pay is above average among other Hong Kong companies if you’re a teacher, but expats really do wind up with the short end of the stick in terms of remuneration, with many struggling to pay rent in a city as expensive as Hong Kong. Students are usually nice enough, but curriculum design at times leaves much to be desired- lessons are standardized and pre-made, but half the time aren’t adapted appropriately to the targeted level, they simply don’t discuss what they were supposed to, or explain concepts in an overly complicated fashion, frustrating your students, and occasionally leaving you in an awkward situation. My centre manager is awesome, as are most of the others in Hong Kong, they will try to help you, some sassier than others, which makes for a fun work relationship. Typical hours are 12-9 or 11-8 with one hour for lunch. You typically get 4 hours of teaching a day, and the rest of the time you’re helping the sales team assess prospective students, or assisting students with queries. You also participate and host events in-centre and away
Content Manager in Hong Kong
on December 15, 2019
The nicest people you will ever meet
EF is a place where you are welcomed and supported. The people go out of their way to help each other. There is a culture of moving quickly, acting on good ideas, making things happen, and talking in person. Quick video chats across time zones, impromptu meetings, coffee chats, and desk drive-bys are the norm. The culture is quirky and fun. I have laughed every day that I have worked here and am excited to come to work every day—something I don't take for granted.
Course Consultant and sales in 銅鑼灣 旺角 觀塘 葵芳 元朗 上水
on March 29, 2018
工作文化
每天工作時間10小時 工作上學到電話銷售技巧及面對面銷售技巧 管理層採取進取冒險的態度帶領團隊工作。
Administrative internship in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island
on June 22, 2017
fun workplace
EF has a multi-cultural and collaborative environment. It is a good environment for work. Have good welfare for the staff, held activities for staff to relax.
Summer Intern in Causeway Bay
on March 13, 2017
Relaxing summer internship
It should be clear that this job is only available for students or graduates from EF Academy. A typical day at work involves meeting with fellow interns to work on our projects.

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