Wall Street English
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About the company

  • CEO
    Natanaël WRIGHT
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
  • Link
    Wall Street English website

Established in Italy in 1972 by Dr. Luigi T. Peccenini (Doctor in Foreign Languages), Wall Street English is the global leader in English language training for adults with its headquarters in Spain. Having successfully taught over 3 million students, Wall Street English operates over 400 centers in 28 countries and regions worldwide.

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 409 reviews and is evolving.



Service Officer in Bandung West Java
on 31 December 2018
Good people to associate

I 've got the opportunity in the newest branch office in Bandung, spent 2 years as a Service Officer and I learned a lot about services and as a front liner as well. Promoted as a Center administrator and stayed in South Tangerang Branch for 6 months, end up as Area Center Administrator for 4 branches office stationed in Head Office SCBD Central Jakarta. Nice environment yet the management needs improvement.

Personal Consultant in Jakarta
on 30 May 2022
Center people are just remarkable. The Top Management is ... questioned.

Two thumbs up for center people. They never give up despite the hardships and ridiculous demands from the top management. The endurance from the center people is amazing. Since the pandemic, this company only views profits, profits, and profits. Members' satisfaction? ZERO! Subordinates' welfare? UNSEEN! It is not recommended working in here if you don't want your peace to be disturbed.

Personal Consultant in Jakarta
on 7 March 2022
Stressful and toxic

Bad management, ask the employee to work work and work, pressure here and there. No work life balance. Toxic people everywhere. You need to work extra hour or else u will be titled lazy, no work hard enough, no motivation, give u a lot of bad comment.

English Trainer in Jakarta
on 20 December 2021
Toxic workplace culture that exploits. Run.

Hours for teachers here are 12-9PM. You will be asked to work on days off and come in for meetings even if you have taken leave. Managers expect teachers to be able to complete last minute tasks even when teachers are sometimes made to teach 4 classes back to back with no break. Workplace culture is toxic and communication between departments seems to be non-existent. Getting a straight answer out of anyone save one indirect manager seems impossible. No one wants to take accountability of anything for fear of CEO anger management issues. Turnover due to said issues is huge. Long serving staff and new staff leaving the company in droves due to the immature and short sightedness of sr. level management.

Personal Consultant in Jakarta
on 13 November 2021
Education business but toxic culture

The company actually said their goal is to help and develop people. What a big joke. I’ve never saw such a big turnover in a company such as this one. Defintely because of the insane amount of workload, non ethical ( you get sweared with very bad words) , not professional and just big bunch of bad leaders. Plus you have to pay for expenses of this company (taxis, operational, etc) and get a very complicated and long process to reimbursed. Its c r a z y . They basically pay you only for taking it back.

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