Workplace concerns and workplace representation still represents a major source of disquiet for TEFL teachers.
One of the main problems in presenting a united front for teachers is that we are so disparate. There is no single forum that represents TEFL teachers’ interests nor a common bond which unites us. The transnational nature of the industry is also a major barrier to organising.
— Elias (@EliasAbebe18) February 25, 2017
However, there is increasingly a consensus that teachers need representation, and that this would benefit the TEFL industry as a whole. So, how do we organise?
JOIN THE UNION! https://t.co/5pEkTdDvIW
— Adam Beale (@bealer81) February 26, 2017
… but which one? In an industry which tends not to be unionised, there are a number of choices for teachers. I know…
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