Local teachers discriminated against at international schools
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Sri Lanka, April 8 -- Though Sri Lanka, has over 4.5 million workers/employees in the private sector compared to around 1.4 million in the state sector, the laws pertaining to the private sector are in dire need of reform
Last year, in November, local teachers of a leading international school in Colombo sent a petition to President Gotabaya Rajapaksa over alleged discriminatory treatment being meted out to them. The petition included complaints of discriminatory acts such as hiring underqualified expat teachers, harassing local teachers and not paying due incentives to local teachers.
In this background, learned this was not an isolated incident. Local teachers employed in International Schools across the island, which hire local and e...
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