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Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by gambia(m): 8:21am On May 21
powalez:
Teller

I learnt ICS sent a letter for invitation this week.
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by nobone(f): 8:22am On May 21
Nonsoboy4life:

Send your number...quote me elsewhere in a non-busy thread
I sent you an e-mail
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by emotionada: 8:30am On May 21
Coolcalmcollect:

you still have a broke man's mentality....no emotions or sentiments in business, I employed them to work, I didn't employ them to takia of Dem.

Fair enough. No emotions or sentiments then when they leave.

If you ever complain when they leave in droves eh, the kind THUNDER that will fragment you is doing press up.
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by Braindealer(m): 9:10am On May 21
Queenext:
If after this coronavirus, a normal human being didn't do everything to exit private school teaching, then the person is destined for suffering.

Private school owner should be classified as slave driver,with no mercy.

Even without coronavirus, they owe, with this, this is the perfect opportunity to become boss debtor.

Rubbish work
Am telling you. Its just white-colared slavery.
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by Braindealer(m): 9:13am On May 21
Teeklef:
The last time I got paid was in February.
My proprietor called during this unwanted holiday, I was very happy thinking something must to drop but the man just said"hello! I just want to say hi". I nearly cried that day.
grin This kind of shock can kill oh
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by Teeklef(m): 10:18am On May 21
Braindealer:
grin This kind of shock can kill oh
I dey tell you.
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by Coolcalmcollect(m): 10:36am On May 21
emotionada:


Fair enough. No emotions or sentiments then when they leave.

If you ever complain when they leave in droves eh, the kind THUNDER that will fragment you is doing press up.
when they leave I employ anoda person na, lol with even a lower pay
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by Topmaike007(m): 2:07pm On May 21
emmanuelewumi:



Very good and God will bless your hustle. This is forward thinking, which is better than complaining and Lamentations
thanks bro
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by Honeydenz(f): 3:11pm On May 21
International28:



It is unfortunate that Nigerian Proprietors treat teachers as if they were slaves. For your information, many of our colleagues have not only been paid but also sacked from their jobs.
"Have not only been denied pay" you mean to type. I read some of you teacher's write up here and shake my head. Some of you protesting as underpaid teachers can't even construct a simple and understandable diction without error. What do you even teach your pupils?

Decoding some of you teacher's written communication requires so much wisdom.
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by clintino700(m): 4:07pm On May 21
EFGC
gibzzhd:

what school Pls
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by MajorOvakporaye(f): 5:07pm On May 21
emotionada:


You are very silly. You didn't bother to know how much he was being paid but na woman and beer you fit reason his side.

shut up!
you ignoramus!!!
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by Aystarz: 6:42pm On May 21
Coolcalmcollect:

when they leave I employ anoda person na, lol with even a lower pay
grin

Obviously this one does not care about future of the kids enrolled in his mushroom school. I only pity the parents patronizing the likes of you.
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by Aystarz: 6:49pm On May 21
Honeydenz:

"Have not only been denied pay" you mean to type. I read some of you teacher's write up here and shake my head. Some of you protesting as underpaid teachers can't even construct a simple and understandable diction without error. What do you even teach your pupils?

Decoding some of you teacher's teachers' written communication requires so much wisdom.
If you're going to criticize any teacher's grammar on here, you have to do better....
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by Coolcalmcollect(m): 6:55pm On May 21
Aystarz:

grin

Obviously this one does not care about future of the kids enrolled in his mushroom school. I only pity the parents patronizing the likes of you.
lol you sound pained.... lolzzzzzz
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by ThatKING(m): 8:08pm On May 21
sim37:
I prefer carrying concrete to teaching. public or private
easier said than done. Things dont work that way.
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by Cleanshoes: 8:08pm On May 21
Some school owners put their staff on monthly allowance this period. Some school owners are thoughtful.

Are you a good early years teacher in need of job in Abuja? Send your cv to theschoolrecruiter@gmail.com

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Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by bjprodint(f): 10:00pm On May 21
TheSeeker777:
If you EARN #50,000 naira as salary in Nigeria ��, here are some breakdown

Daily (28 days) = 1785 naira

Per Hour (8am - 4pm ) = 223 naira

Depending on the nature of the job, Ur 1 hour is only worth coke and gala
I don't earn up to 20k per month so my one hour can't buy coke and gala
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by Decsix(m): 10:18am On May 22
I am a teacher in a private school and my mother is a cleaner(I am not proud but better than being a thief) but that is the condition we found ourselves. Since march cos of corona Padenmic, the school was shut, and we were paid half salary since then we have not been paid cos we didnt work according to our HM. I just need the money to transfer to my mum so she can use to eat cos even though she still sweeping they all are owing her cos they too havent been working too. i would have sent you her account number straight but she cant operate the ATM machine. so i will send my account and withdraw it and give it to her in cash. 3053695591 First bank
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by Decsix(m): 10:18am On May 22
I am a teacher in a private school and my mother is a cleaner(I am not proud but better than being a thief) but that is the condition we found ourselves. Since march cos of corona Padenmic, the school was shut, and we were paid half salary since then we have not been paid cos we didnt work according to our HM. I just need the money to transfer to my mum so she can use to eat cos even though she still sweeping they all are owing her cos they too havent been working too. i would have sent you her account number straight but she cant operate the ATM machine. so i will send my account and withdraw it and give it to her in cash. 3053695591 First bank
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by Decsix(m): 10:18am On May 22
I am a teacher in a private school and my mother is a cleaner(I am not proud but better than being a thief) but that is the condition we found ourselves. Since march cos of corona Padenmic, the school was shut, and we were paid half salary since then we have not been paid cos we didnt work according to our HM. I just need the money to transfer to my mum so she can use to eat cos even though she still sweeping they all are owing her cos they too havent been working too. i would have sent you her account number straight but she cant operate the ATM machine. so i will send my account and withdraw it and give it to her in cash. 3053695591 First bank
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by AbooTasleemah1(m): 8:06pm On May 22
Actually, some schools are very thoughtful of their staffs (including gatekeeper and cleaners). I knew a particular school in Lagos (religious - based though) that paid full salary for March and a token above half salary for April. Private schools should be thoughtful of their staffs and seek ways of topnotch welfarism.
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by amrichy: 5:09pm On May 23
Honeydenz:

"Have not only been denied pay" you mean to type. I read some of you teacher's write up here and shake my head. Some of you protesting as underpaid teachers can't even construct a simple and understandable diction without error. What do you even teach your pupils?

Decoding some of you teacher's written communication requires so much wisdom.
"... some of you teachers'..."
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by Jokerman(m): 6:11pm On May 23
Gemineye:
Brain dead fella. You gonna spew disparaging trash and expect what??
You don't know sh1t about anything. Blame your exploited and scammed parents not mine who work day in day out to make their employees happy. Ignorant simp

Brotherly... You no even get joy grin... Most of these guys think say e easy to run school,their own na to just come collect salary noni...with less work output... It's better you start employing women more
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by Jokerman(m): 6:27pm On May 23
gideonvalor98:


End time events is different from great tribulation. Great tribulation will happen after the second coming of our lord Jesus Christ. So only those who are unrapturable witnessed it and those who take their stance will be saved by their own blood

Where is this written in the Bible or was it a vision??
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by Jokerman(m): 6:32pm On May 23
Coolcalmcollect:

when they leave I employ anoda person na, lol with even a lower pay

Brotherly how far you... You no even get joy at all with all these guys cheesy
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by Gemineye: 6:36pm On May 23
Jokerman:


Brotherly... You no even get joy grin... Most of these guys think say e easy to run school,their own na to just come collect salary noni...with less work output... It's better you start employing women more
Leave them na. Them no know wetin some private school owners dey pass tru, especially the honest ones undecided

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Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by gideonvalor98(m): 8:41pm On May 24
Jokerman:


Where is this written in the Bible or was it a vision??
Read the book of revelation chapter 7, Matthew chapter 24 and Daniel chapter 12
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by znox: 8:47pm On May 24
If you are a secondary school student and need a very good chemistry, physics and mathematics teacher for online tutorial. Quote me
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by ThatKING(m): 10:59pm On May 24
Braindealer:

Am telling you. Its just white-colared slavery.
blue collar pays higher than working in schools
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by vc1177(m): 11:29pm On May 24
Excellentmind19:
Private lessons
During lockdown? How have you been running it with social distancing?
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by vc1177(m): 11:43pm On May 24
richfriendsng:
I could remember when I was still teaching in one of the private secondary school in the East, our proprietor would preach to us how we need to seek first the kingdom of God and every other thing will be added unto us, that money is the root of all evil, bla bla bla, dude had to owe us 3 months non payment of salary, hw much sef, just 10k then, I got admission and bade them farewell, I heard the school went bankrupt and folded up immediately we left.
Thank God for my digital skill Sha.
All na stories now.
Meanwhile...
I create all types of websites, with a professional touch.
Check my signature.

Anyone that tells you that money is the root of all evil is a liar. That's called "weaponization of Christianity." They try and use biblical principles to hold employees down.
Re: Private Schools Teachers, How Are You Coping During This Lock Down? by vc1177(m): 11:53pm On May 24
buikem2:
I own a private school.. Not in Nigeria but in another African country.

We stopped school Mid-march and I paid full salary to all teachers and workers. But I made it clear to them that we don't have the means to pay other months if there's no school and no school fees entering. Here school fees are paid monthly and not per term.

Na so e be since. They didn't get anything in April and will not get in May. I feel for them but we can't jeopardise the future of the school for the sake of families of workers. It's a contract... You work, you receive payment. The contract isn't to take care of their families. It's simple business rule.

Some came crying they don't have anything to eat and I gave some palliatives, not in the of school oh but personal sentiments.

We pray this all stops so that everyone returns and things get back to normal.

I say mek I drop my opinion from a school owner.

For this you've done, I have no doubt, you're a considerate school owner. Don't be surprised that they'll like to continue work with you, after thee lockdown. Such acts of kindness are very uncommon.

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