Welcome, Guest: Join Nairaland / LOGIN! / Trending / Recent / New
Stats: 2,693,113 members, 6,346,770 topics. Date: Saturday, 19 June 2021 at 01:46 PM

Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? - Jobs/Vacancies (2) - Nairaland

Nairaland Forum / Nairaland / General / Jobs/Vacancies / Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? (10070 Views)

What's The Salary For Non-medical HND Graduate At A University Teaching Hospital / Salary For Arik Air Workers / Non Academic Staff Salary Scale In A Federal University (2) (3) (4)

(1) (2) (3) (Reply) (Go Down)

Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by SEYILIGHT(m): 5:20pm On Jun 09
It once happened to me...
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by Lamasta(m): 5:20pm On Jun 09
OP update your lesson note you are not Albert Einstein to be teaching with your brain grin
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by SmilingImabong: 5:21pm On Jun 09
I hate teaching job. Drink one day enter the fool office ginger am with curses of all his children suffering just the way it is with you and more. Trust me the person will not want to live in fear. Abeg collect your salary before you village people go follow my matter. cheesy grin kiss
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by chii8(f): 5:23pm On Jun 09
Yes oooo, writing lesson note is part of your job as a teacher, meanwhile part time teaching in different schools is real deal now....


You breeze in, you breeze out...
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by Sniper4real(m): 5:26pm On Jun 09
chii8:
Yes oooo, writing lesson note is part of your job as a teacher, meanwhile part time teaching in different schools is real deal now....


You breeze in, you breeze out...


Left the job for Msc program

1 Like

Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by phemmyfour: 5:28pm On Jun 09
Sniper4real:
please,
Is it appropriate for a school owner to hoard his staffs' salary due to not updating their lesson notes
Anything is possible in Nigeria
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by crazygod(m): 5:28pm On Jun 09
Brighfuture:
Seriously how do you teach without your lesson note?
He isn't really a teacher. Just teaching just to buy time until something better comes their way. There are lots of them in private schools. Most don't even care if their students understand what is being taught and that is if the teacher can actually teach well

2 Likes

Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by chatinent(m): 5:31pm On Jun 09
Private schools have no statutory flavour; anything can happen.
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by stanliwise(m): 5:34pm On Jun 09
Sniper4real:
please,
Is it appropriate for a school owner to hoard his staffs' salary due to not updating their lesson notes
Was it part of the terms and conditions when such teacher was employed? And was the terms and conditions well written and sent to such teacher to read and agree before employment.

On ethical ground the answer is no. If the teacher actually did work during those time she/he deserves to be paid. lesson cannot be the yard stick for a teacher been paid.

If you have a problem of how the teacher is delaying work or the style/method the teacher uses then use that as a query and punish such teacher appropriately.
If no such term/policy exist for such case then it is a chance to amend your terms and conditions and let the sleeping dog lie with just a warning
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by Sniper4real(m): 5:35pm On Jun 09
crazygod:

He isn't really a teacher. Just teaching just to buy time until something better comes their way. There are lots of them in private schools. Most don't even care if their students understand what is being taught and that is if the teacher can actually teach well


My students are even missing me rn
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by sleemomymy: 5:45pm On Jun 09
Sniper4real:
please,
Is it appropriate for a school owner to hoard his staffs' salary due to not updating their lesson notes
Lesson note / lesson plan is an integral part of teaching. It I a document that actually shows that you are doing your job. Without it , it means you are doing anything in the school.
If it is not documented it is not done.
So my dear brother/ sister go and get your lesson note /plan updated if you really need you salary.

1 Like

Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by Sniper4real(m): 5:48pm On Jun 09
sleemomymy:

Lesson note / lesson plan is an integral part of teaching. It I a document that actually shows that you are doing your job. Without it , it means you are doing anything in the school.
If it is not documented it is not done.
So my dear brother/ sister go and get your lesson note /plan updated if you really need you salary.


Baba, help me drop smtin for tin wey dey my sig embarassed
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by Wizshoppers(m): 5:51pm On Jun 09
Read These Security Tips To Shopping Online

https://wizshoppers.com/2021/06/09/13943/
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by ObiaboAdoka(m): 5:51pm On Jun 09
Brighfuture:
Seriously how do you teach without your lesson note?
Lesson note is different from lesson plan.
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by Hotguy27: 5:53pm On Jun 09
You are either a lazy worker or you procrastinate a lot. Simple!
If you are not ready to work then resign. If other teachers are compliant why won't you?
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by Manhood85(m): 5:55pm On Jun 09
Do teachers still write lesson notes in this 21st century? Am a teacher in an international school, what we use is lesson plan and this is usually on already typed template. Yours is to fill the template, print and use it for teaching.

3 Likes

Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by ObiaboAdoka(m): 5:57pm On Jun 09
Brighfuture:
Seriously how do you teach without your lesson note?
Lesson note is different from lesson plan.
Nd lesson note is subject to change when there are introduction of new contents. Thanks.
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by FLYFIRE(m): 5:59pm On Jun 09
Sniper4real:
please,
Is it appropriate for a school owner to hoard his staffs' salary due to not updating their lesson notes
My brother, just apologize & update na. Na part of the work, no need to feel bad. I am sure its just to make you see how important it is.
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by TAglobe(f): 6:00pm On Jun 09
It is not appropriate for the proprietor to withhold staff salary just because he's or her lesson plan is not updated.you only withhold staff salary because of constant late coming to work and absenteeism.
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by Firstorderwizard(m): 6:03pm On Jun 09
Private school get level oo
I shock when I met msc holder earning 35k monthly ( less than $80)as a teacher. The shock shocked me again when I learnt that he's married with kids.
It's just too bad in this country
Manhood85:
Do teachers still write lesson notes in this 21st century? Am a teacher in an international school, what we use is lesson plan and this is usually on already typed template. Yours is to fill the template, print and use it for teaching.
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by Cashio(m): 6:05pm On Jun 09
Karleb:


He wants you to write first term lesson note before he pays last terms money? If so, he doesn't want to pay and sadly there is nothing you would do that'll change his mind.

My suggestion is that you get his number and curse him that he will lose something valuable before the year ends if he doesn't pay.

The most is somehow but trust me, it'll work.
that's the dumbest advice I've read in my life
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by Bluffly: 6:21pm On Jun 09
Sniper4real:
please,
Is it appropriate for a school owner to hoard his staffs' salary due to not updating their lesson notes
You want to be paid for negligence of duty.
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by BCJAY(f): 6:30pm On Jun 09
Sniper4real:


it's updated but saying someone should write 1st term own.
Unacceptable why 1st term when 3rd term has not even finished. He is the owner and has his principles but it's not done that way.
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by lacade(m): 6:31pm On Jun 09
What will you do if you are in his shoes and the school authorities come from the Govt to inspect.

You can't do with updating your lesson note ahead in developed countries as its part of what you signed for.
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by descarado: 7:07pm On Jun 09
Nope
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by descarado: 7:08pm On Jun 09
Manhood85:
Do teachers still write lesson notes in this 21st century? Am a teacher in an international school, what we use is lesson plan and this is usually on already typed template. Yours is to fill the template, print and use it for teaching.
kiss

1 Like

Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by Fmlao: 7:10pm On Jun 09
Let the teachers do their work
Let the proprietor do his work

I won't hoard a teacher's salary for whatsoever reason. If I am not okay with you, I will pay you on the 25th and lay u off on the 1st.
To answer your question, No. That is tyranny.
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by Mystery9(m): 7:11pm On Jun 09
b3llo:
It's not right.

I worked with one man that deducted 10% of staff salary in the of "Compulsory savings" and in his policy if you are leaving his school you pay him back one month salary.

Everyday you must prepare him atleast 4 lesson plan

The man Na deeper life pastor, very cunning and wicked.
Na wa o. How terrible the man must be.
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by Fmlao: 7:17pm On Jun 09
The school will be in Ogun state.

The School will be in Ijoko

Hmmmm, Baba Testimony Hall that year

Is that you?
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by ultimateprof: 7:20pm On Jun 09
No lesson note and lesson plan, no salary.
Not having this two is tantamount to academic crime.
As a professional teacher none need to remind you about your lesson plan and lesson note.
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by seanwilliam(m): 7:23pm On Jun 09
Na you fhuck up.. u no write lesson note and u dey expect salary .. what if government come for inspection dont u know you're putting the school in trouble??


But the man supposed warn u for the last time .. make a pay you your salary make hunger no kill u
Re: Should A School Owner Withhold Staff Salary For Not Updating Lesson Notes? by Jeff090(m): 7:26pm On Jun 09
Lol everything is possible in naija☺�[quote author=

(1) (2) (3) (Reply)

The Links To Oil/gas Companies Websites / Latest Tuesday And Thursday Guardian Vacancies / Non Academic Staff Salary Scale In A Federal University

(Go Up)

Sections: politics (1) business autos (1) jobs (1) career education (1) romance computers phones travel sports fashion health
religion celebs tv-movies music-radio literature webmasters programming techmarket

Links: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10)

Nairaland - Copyright © 2005 - 2021 Oluwaseun Osewa. All rights reserved. See How To Advertise. 97
Disclaimer: Every Nairaland member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on Nairaland.