Have you worked at a summer camp that broke local employment laws?

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  • KalianOfDalian
    16 January, 2020 at 6:40
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    Hi everyone,

    I’m a reporter looking into summer camps (mostly in European countries like Spain, Greece and France so far) that hire students as English teachers and counsellors on contracts that violate local labour laws, particularly those that underpay participants.

    Some of the ones I’ve researched so far publicly advertise illegal wages and don’t seem to have a problem with taking advantage of students who want to experience living in another country for a while.

    Has anyone had any experience working with such companies and be willing to talk to me about it for my investigation? What I’m working on is in the early stages so I’m open to looking into not just wages but also other issues people have had such as poor working conditions, companies that didn’t ask for police checks or supply work permits etc.

    Please feel free to get in touch!

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