Inlingua Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Since the beginning, inlingua’s mission has been to provide high-quality language training to its customers. Our network of independent language training centers ensures that our standards, unique method and materials are employed all over the world and that our training method is continuously adapted.
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) says"Dopo colloqui di gruppo e prove, anche linguistiche, portate avanti da direttori senza qualifiche o conoscenza base dell'italiano, si passa a una settimana di lavoro in nero con la promessa di un fantomatico contratto di collaborazione, che non è lo stage promesso inizialmente. Se nel periodo di lavoro a nero ci si assenta per motivi di salute lo "stage non stage" viene misteriosamente interrotto per "cause amministrative". Cons: Tutti"
Formatrice FLE (Former Employee) says"Statut précaire. On ne sait jamais combien d heures on va travailler donc combien on va gagner. Le planning communiqué la veille à 13.00. Impossible de s organiser. Manque de communication et sérieux avec des clients. Par contre l ambiance avec des collègues très agréable."
Part Time Employee (Current Employee) says"An absolutely terrible place to work.They give you minimal training in the so called method and hope you don't even use it."
docente (Former Employee) says"La gestión humana por parte del director fue pésima, trata de mirar sólo por sus intereses. Cons: el gestor"
FORMATRICE ANGLAIS (Former Employee) says"Turnover exceptionnel.. Citrons pressés jusqu'à la dernière goutte .."
Professeur d'anglais (Former Employee) says"Beaucoup de déplacements, parfois pas suffisamment de travail"
Formateur d'espagnol (Current Employee) says"Travail comme indépendent. Peu de demande de langue espagnole."
Team Leader (Former Employee) says"You are sick you will have to be at the work..."
ESL Instructor (Former Employee) says"I enjoyed my students and appreciated the learning environment."
Insegnante (Former Employee) says"Vogliono che una sia il più bravo e faccia un lavoro eccezionale ma non sono disposti a pagare il giusto, se gli costi troppo ti mollano senza alcun rispetto per te."
Formatrice d'anglais (Former Employee) says"Très mauvais gestion et manque de communication de la part du gérant. Vérifiez votre contrat avant de signer."
formateur (Former Employee) says"M'a permis d'apprendre d'avantage sur le métier de formateur. Cons: salaire"
Profesora de Inglés (Former Employee) says"Falta de organización, poco dialogo, horarios sin sentido, si quieres beber agua tienes que llevarte tu propia botella porque no hay en la academia."
Sales Executive (Former Employee) says"Working at Inlingua has given my career a boost which I could never get anywhere else. I am really thankful to Inlingua for giving me such a good platform to launch my career. I was a fresher when I appeared for an interview at Inlingua. But Inlingua trusted my abilities and gave me a chance to be associated with such a big brand name. It’s been two years that I have been working here, and I must say it is a very good company to work at. Cons: Nothing that I can think of"
Asistente Administrativo/Recepcionista (Former Employee) says"nunca se tomaba en cuenta al personal, exigían actividades extras sin remuneración, mal trato al personal por parte de la dirección Cons: no hay un ambiente laboral de equipo"
Teacher (Former Employee) says"The work environment is friendly and relaxed however the salary is so"
boring (Former Employee) says"It was a normal experience"
Organización internacional dedicada (Former Employee) says"Ha sido habitual el encuentro y los pequeños intercambios con otros profesores de otras lenguas y por tanto de otras nacionalidades. Por lo general, fueron enriquecedores, si bien, el ritmo de trabajo impedía un ambiente de trabajo más distendido. Cons: Poco tiempo entre las clases y para la preparación de las mismas, salas no siempre confortables, en cursos en empresa, poca precisión en las indicaciones de lugar y tiempo de desplazamiento"
English Teacher (Former Employee) says"A friendly environment with flexible hours and a variety of levels of teaching keeping it interesting. Cons: stability"
Profesora de Inglés (Former Employee) says"El horario es flexible y se adapta a tus necesidades, pero se retrasaban muchos días en el pago del sueldo. Cons: Cobro de nómina"
Former Employee - English As A Second Language Teacher says"I worked at inlingua International part-time for more than 5 years Cons: low salary (unchhanged from at least the early 2000s) very old materials some inferior books manufactured by the school unpredictable schedule/many unpaid cancellations antiquated technology"
Former Contractor - Teacher of English As A Foreign Language says"I worked at inlingua International for more than 5 years Cons: inLingua pays broadly very little relative to how much they charge their students. The inLingua materials they market are uniformly poor. The quality of management and other teachers varies widely from school to school."
Current Freelancer - English As A Second Language Teacher says"I have been working at inlingua International Cons: Sometimes it can be hectic and unprofessional."
Former Employee - English Teacher says"I worked at inlingua International full-time for more than 5 years Cons: The boss is a very demanding and ambitious woman who will work you to the bone and most often than not, won't pay you enough. Over the years, there have been teachers who got ill because of her, and a couple have taken her to court."
Former Employee - English Teacher says"I worked at inlingua International part-time Cons: The centralised nature of the company was very frustrating, for example, I couldn't reschedule or cancel lessons without the approval of management."
Former Employee - English Teacher says"I worked at inlingua International part-time for less than a year Cons: Stop support once hired, inconsistent pay and hours, minimal training, not good for long term job"
Current Employee - English Teacher says"I have been working at inlingua International part-time for more than a year Cons: Lesson preparation is more difficult and time consuming than it needs to be becauseof a lack of useable materials. Much of what is available is so out of date that it is irrelevant to current students, and the system of creating lessons from a mish-mash of materials works against standardisation."
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In The News
The PIE News reports"Schools fear losses due to COVID-19 outbreak in Italy"
CBC.ca reports"Language schools are being forced to close permanently due to COVID-19"
Straight.com reports"English-language training schools slammed by pandemic, causing job losses in Vancouver"
The Daily Princetonian reports"Tenants of 20 Nassau Street to lose storefronts and offices"