A comparative analysis on the compensation structure of an english medium school in Bangladesh (Based on Maple Leaf International School)
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The report has been structured to analyze the situation of employment in the private English-medium schools in Bangladesh. For the fulfillment of the intended task, it was a preference to take Maple Leaf International School as the base to analyze, and two other well-known schools as Scholastica and Master Mind were also taken for comparing with the suggested one. Dhaka city is the base of many schools, both public and private, in Bangladesh. Now-a-days the compensation structure of teachers and staffs are significantly affecting the quality of service they are providing, due to the birth of many private schools in Bangladesh. Though schools fall in the category of non-profit organization, but the growing number of private schools and English-medium schools has increased the value of returns. The schools those follow the English curriculum require the best teachers who are efficient to teach and adapt the teaching style of the English curriculum. Thus the teachers are required to be well motivated to enhance their own capability, creativity & knowledge synchronizing the international methods and curriculum to teach. The quality of the task definitely gets affected due to the compensation the teachers and staffs are provided for their services. The report is intended to analyze such structure for an English-medium school and its comparison gives the view of other English-medium schools in Bangladesh.