Beijing International School Contract by shawnmatthews1

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									        Beijing Zhongguancun International School
                           Add:    6 Jinzhan Lu, Chaoyang, Beijing 100018, China
                               Tel: 86-10-8434-3435         Fax: 86-10-8434-3436


                  EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT FOR SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS


This Contract for 2006-2007 is entered into this                  2006 between the Beijing Zhongguancun
International School, a School operating pursuant to general agreement with the Government of China and
located in Beijing, China, hereinafter referred to as “the EMPLOYER” and


Name:                 Shawn Matthews                    Nationality:
Passport No:                                            Issued at:
Passport Date of Issue:                                  Passport Expiration Date:
Type of Visa:                                            Length of Visa:
(hereinafter referred to as “the EMPLOYEE”)


Whereas the EMPLOYEE wishes to obtain employment in China with the EMPLOYER; and whereas the
EMPLOYEE declares that he/she will not be committed to any other employment during his/her
employment in China by the EMPLOYER; and whereas the EMPLOYER is interested in obtaining the
services of the EMPLOYEE in China. Now therefore, the parties hereto have agreed as follows:


I. CONDITIONS


A. This contract is conditional with the understanding that the EMPLOYER has agreed to employ the
EMPLOYEE and to retain that employment with the EMPLOYEE performing at the professional level of
expectation. If, for whatever reasons the EMPLOYEE is not able to fulfill the terms of this contract, or it is
terminated for cause, then provisions for such termination as stated in this contract shall enter into effect.


B. The EMPLOYER reserves the right to assign and readjust the EMPLOYEE to a position with
corresponding compensation that will best meet the needs of the EMPLOYER while considering the
EMPLOYEE’S qualification and experience.


C. The EMPLOYER expects that the EMPLOYEE will perform all responsibilities as cited in an
EMPLOYER-approved JOB DESCREPTION which will accompany this contract.


II. SPONSORSHIP/WORK PERMIT VISAS


The EMPLOYER shall be responsible for processing all documents and making related sponsorship, work
permit and visa arrangements required by the EMPLOYEE and his/her dependents (spouse/children) to carry



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out the terms of this Contract. It remains the responsibility of the EMPLOYEE to maintain a valid, current
passport.


III. EMPLOYEE’S POINT OF HIRE


The Point of Hire is Beijing, China.


IV. TERM OF CONTRACT


This Contract for a specified period shall commence on September 1st, 2006          and will automatically
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expire on   June 30 , 2007 , unless terminated earlier under the provisions cited in Section VII of this
Contract.


V. DUTIES AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE EMPLOYEE


A. The EMPLOYEE shall provide the EMPLOYER required documents, including the most recent health
examination report, copies of college transcripts, up-to-date professional certification and certification of
experience. Falsifications of statements or documents are grounds for the immediate termination of this
contract without benefits.


B. The EMPLOYEE will make available to the EMPLOYER all documents, including a current valid
passport, required to meet China’s legal requirements for obtaining visas, work permits and other documents
as might be determined by the Government of China. Again, falsifications of statements or documents are
grounds for immediate termination of the contract without benefits.


C. The EMPLOYEE shall, for the term of the Contract, render professional services as defined in the
EMPLOYER–approved JOB DESCREPTION. All duties performed under this Contract by the
EMPLOYEE shall be performed in a competent and professional manner as evaluated by the EMPLOYER
with procedures outlined in the STAFF HANDBOOK accompanying this contract.


D. The EMPLOYEE shall be present and conduct regular duties on all days in compliance with the school
calendar and daily schedule approved by the EMPLOYER.


E. The EMPLOYEE is required to perform services for a minimum of one hundred and ninety (190) days
per school year and twenty-five (25) class hours per week under the terms of this contract.


VI. COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS


A. The EMPLOYEE will be paid a monthly salary according to the current established salary schedule.
Adjustments to the salary will be made in the form of salary supplement. The salary assumes all
EMPLOYEE requirements have been met. The first month salary and the last month salary are to be
prorated according to the EMPLOYEE’s actual working days.


1. A monthly salary statement will accompany this contract.




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2. Absences in excess of those authorized by EMPLOYER policy shall be deducted from monthly salary on
a prorated daily rate basis. The prorated daily rate will be determined by dividing the EMPLOYEE’S month
salary by the required number of work days.


3. The EMPLOYEE shall receive his/her salary in Chinese RMB at the official exchange rate of the first day
of the paid month.


A. BENEFITS


1. MEDICAL INSURANCE
The EMPLOYER will provide medical insurance coverage for the EMPLOYEE under provisions of
insurance carrier. Coverage will be defined within the limits established in EMPLOYER policy/regulations
and/or the policy issued by the provider of the insurance. The EMPLOYER will bear the full premium cost
of said coverage. The EMPLOYER’S insurance is defined in the prospectus provided by the Board-
approved insurer.


2. PAID LEAVE
The EMPLOYEE is entitled to Paid Leave for all Chinese public holidays with the national holiday
arrangements and school winter vacation with days determined by the EMPLOYER. The EMPLOYER
reserves the right to grant or deny the Paid Leave on the basis of the School’s greater educational needs.


3. SICK LEAVE
The EMPLOYEE shall receive paid sick leave credit at total ten (10) days of contractual service. The
EMPLOYEE must show evidence of a medical certificate for absence due to illness of three (3) or more
consecutive working days. Sick leave days shall not accrue beyond the contract year.


4. PERSONAL LEAVE
Days absent for personal business that can not be scheduled after school hours are defined as Personal Leave
Days. A maximum of two (2) days of paid personal leave per school year may be allowed by the
EMPLOYER. Personal leave will not be counted against sick leave. The Principal reserves the right to grant
or deny Personal Leave on the basis of the School’s greater educational needs. Personal Leave must be
approved in advance with written requisition by the Principal.


5. COMPASSIONATE LEAVE
At the discretion of the Principal, EMPLOYER may grant the EMPLOYEE up to ten (10) working days of
paid Compassionate Leave in the event of the death or life threatening illness or injury to an immediate
family member (spouse, mother, father, child), five (5) days for sister, brother, mother-in-law, father-in-law.


6. TRANSPORTATION
The EMPLOYER will provide to the EMPLOYEE a transportation service between the centralized pick-up
spot and the campus on work days.


7. FOOD
The EMPLOYER will provide to the EMPLOYEE a free noon meal on the campus on work days.


8. TUITION

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Tuition for dependents is based on a case by case basis and is determined at the time of employment.


9. HOUSING AND UTILITIES
The EMPLOYER shall provide free on campus housing for the EMPLOYEE. The cost of utility is covered
by the EMPLOYER and personal telephone use is the responsibility of the EMPLOYEE. Should the
EMPLOYEE choose to live off campus, a housing subsidy of 200USD per month is provided by the
EMPLOYER.


10. TAXES
The EMPLOYER will pay the Chinese Income Taxes owed by the EMPLOYEE.


VII. PROHIBITION OF BUSINESS STRIFE


The EMPLOYEE is forbidden to be engaged on the same or analogous business as this Contract for other
employers during the period of contractual service. The gain from the violation of this provision shall belong
to the EMPLOYER.


VIII. OBLIGATION OF SECRECY


The EMPLOYEE is not allowed to use or offer any information relating to the EMPLOYER to other parties
without the EMPLOYER’s permission during the contractual service and 3 years after termination of the
employment.


IX. TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT


A. TERMINATION BY EMPLOYEE
In the event the EMPLOYEE wishes to terminate the employment under this Contract before the completion
of the first year of service, the EMPLOYER shall be reimbursed for all expenses incurred by EMPLOYEE
for obtaining his/her visa or work permit and so on.


B. TERMINATION FOR MEDICAL REASONS
This Contract may be terminated in the event that the EMPLOYEE is unable, for medical reasons, to
continue his/her assignment within a reasonable time as determined by the EMPLOYER.


C. TERMINATION FOR CAUSE
This Contract may be terminated by the EMPLOYER for the following reasons:
1.   Upon thirty (30) days prior written notice, if and when EMPLOYEE fails to comply with school policy
     or this Contract.
2.   Immediately, if the actions of the EMPLOYEE violate the laws of China, and the effects of such action
     seriously impairs the EMPLOYEE’S ability to satisfactorily perform his/her duties, or if such actions
     bring detrimental publicity to the School.
3.   Immediately, if any statements by the EMPLOYEE concerning education, certification, or teaching
     experience furnished to the EMPLOYER are found to be false.
4.   Immediately, if good and sufficient cause exists as approved by the EMPLOYER in accordance with
     existing policy.
5.   When this contract, within its specified dates, is terminated for Cause, the liability of the EMPLOYER

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      shall be: salary paid to the EMPLOYEE up to the last day of work in the case of immediate dismissal
      for Cause.
6.    In case of either immediate termination or termination with thirty (30) days notice, the EMPLOYEE’S
      right to due process is protected under EMPLOYER Policy:
      a)   The right to know the reasons for termination.
      b) The right to a hearing before the EMPLOYER.


X. CONTRACT DISPUTE


Any dispute concerning this Contract shall be discussed by the EMPLOYEE and the EMPLOYER. If the
EMPLOYEE and the EMPLOYER can not resolve the dispute and all attempts fail, the two parties can
appeal to the organization of arbitration for foreign experts affairs in the State Administration of Foreign
Experts Affairs and ask for final arbitration.


XI. OTHER PROVISIONS, IF APPLICABLE


This written Contract represents the entire agreement of the parties hereto and no other promises or
arrangements shall be interpreted as binding on the parties. This Contract also supersedes all previous
contracts between the parties. The terms stated in this Contract contain the entire agreement between the
parties and other conditions or promises shall not form a party of the Contract. Amendments to the Contract
may be applied with the written consent of both parties to the contract.


XII. VALIDITY OF CONTRACT OFFER


This Contract must be signed and/or posted to the EMPLOYER within ten (10) days after receipt, after
which the offer could be declared null and void.


XIII. CONTRACT RENEWAL OBLIGATION


There shall be no obligation on the part of the EMPLOYER or the EMPLOYEE to renew this contract
beyond the specified termination date cited in this Contract. When considering renewal the EMPLOYER
reserves the right to take into consideration the present and future needs of the School. New contract offers,
for no more than one year, shall be made at least sixty five (65) days before this contract expires. The option
of offering a two year contract renewal shall be that of the EMPLOYER. Otherwise, the EMPLOYEE shall
expect that contract renewal shall be for no more than one (1) year.


IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties have signed and dated this Contract.


BY:
___________________________________________________________________________________
                    PRINCIPAL                                              DATE


BY:
___________________________________________________________________________________
                    EMPLOYEE                                               DATE



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      Beijing Zhongguancun International School
                      Add:   6 Jinzhan Lu, Chaoyang, Beijing 100018, China
                         Tel: 86-10-8434-3435       Fax: 86-10-8434-3436



                       Salary Agreement Statement for 2006-2007


Name:       Shawn Matthews
Position:      Teacher
Salary:   17,000RMB (After tax)

This salary is in accordance with the salary scale for 2006-2007. The salary will be paid
beginning September, 2006 and ending June, 2007 according to the employee’s actual
teaching days. Any change in the salary will require an additional supplemental salary
agreement and render this agreement null and void.




Signed by Principal: ________________

Date: ______________
Beijing, P.R.C.


Signed by Employee: _______________

Date: ______________




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