I was hired to work at an international school (name of the school I will not mention) and after just a short time I became very unhappy with my choice, mostly due to misleading information about my job, location and taxes. I would like to tell you about this and my decision to leave early and ask you a question.
During the job fair I asked many questions and upon arrival at the school I found the answers to the questions were not forthright or honest. I was disappointed to find changes to my work load and tax responsibility. Soon into the school year pressing personal responsibilities back home were developing and this along with fact the school had misrepresented itself prompted me to depart early.
My question then is this: In the future, not the next school year, but the school year after that or the next, are my chances of finding an international school jeopardized? I know it’s the chance you take when you break a contract, but I was incredibly unhappy at this scholl due to the reasons above and my father was sick…I guess it would be worth the chance to most people. It may not make any difference to them, but I didn’t leave right away because that would have left them high and dry, and I couldn’t do that to them or the kids…it would have been unethical in my view.
I appreciate you taking the time to read my email. I am anxious to hear your thoughts. Thank you.