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March 15, 2006

Hard Lesson for Ex-NOVA Teacher

(Japan) Ex-NOVA teacher, David Dormon filed a lawsuit against his former employer over intimidation, demotion and a pay cut. Dormon, a former salesman from Sydney, Australia stated that "I felt very stressed, alone and unappreciated and I was very happy to get out because I was hating every moment." he also added that "Australians are being exploited as English teachers in Japan, especially by Nova," The head of Nova's overseas recruitment, an Australian, denied that Nova was unfair to employees and that Dorman had faults on his side. It is believed that Dormon was compensated after NOVA ended the action to avoid further costs.
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