Auckland, New Zealand - Language teachers say: injusto

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    Language teachers say: injusto

    Former staff of a language and dance school have accused it of sacking them without notice, withholding their pay, plagiarising textbooks and embellishing teacher qualifications. World Languages Academy operates night classes in Italian, Spanish and French from a building in Queen St, Auckland as well as Latin dance classes from other venues. The company has various trading names, including Spanish Institute, Casa Espana, Latin Rhythm, Italian Institute and French Institute, each with its own website. The Spanish Institute website describes it as the leading Spanish cultural centre in Auckland, and "unlike other organisations", all its staff are paid and are ...


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    http://www.stuff.co.nz/auckland/local-news/71091333/Language-teachers-say-injusto
     
    Anthony Hieber, Antonio Hieber, Auckland, New Zealand, World Languages Academy, Spanish Institute, Casa Espana, Latin Rhythm, Italian Institute, French Institute, Edward Hieber, Eduardo Hieber, Carla Ravon, Josh Thomas, Maria Marchant, Gareth Hoole, Lisa Holle
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