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Fun workplace. Positive n enjoy my times. Looking forward to go work

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A nice environment with great staff welfare n benefits. Teachers and staff are nice and considerate people to work with and hang around. It gives you a reason to do your best and go the extra miles to provide your best service and support to the teachers and colleagues
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One of the better places I have worked

Had great colleagues. Work was fairly spread out as far as workload was concerned. There were non monetary benefits one will stay in the job for like how bosses reward us and teamwork.


Fair pay and bonus. Staff welfare taken care


Department management needs to make more effort on dispute settlements
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Friendly Environment

Encourage personal development. No career progression. Contract to permanent employment. Yearly salary increment until salary cap. 13th month salary system.
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This was a voluntary position at my school in Singapore, I was the Co-chair of a charity organisation called Cancer patient aid association, which helped raise money for cancer patients in Mumbai. This position taught me how to lead a large group of people and to work alongside many different personality types. Also getting the opportunity to volunteer for such a worthy cause is such a rewarding experience as you get to not only make a difference in people's lifes, but see it happen.
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UWCSEA Dover - Toxic Junior School Management

While many colleagues are wonderful committed people, and the students, like kids the world over, are regularly amazing and great to teach, the prevailing management style in the Junior School can be one of intimidation and disenfranchisement of staff. If your voice is raised in a way that is viewed as contrary to the Junior School management, you risk being ostracised and ultimately eliminated. The resulting cliques throughout the Junior School staff are exclusive and guarded as people shore up their territory. The absence of open dialogue is shocking and stunts personal and professional growth. Employment and subsequent promotion are frequently unilateral decisions by the Junior School Management, resulting in comments such as this one to me, "If X is going for that position, there is no point in the rest of us even thinking about it.". I know of at least four recent Primary School appointments that weren't even advertised internally, let alone in the public domain. This carefully cultivated indebtedness is a powerfully successful tool in maintaining a status quo which favours the sycophant and his narcissistic manager. When a person is permitted to wield power in this way, with impunity, thanks to ineffective senior management, no salary will compensate you adequately to work in such a stressful environment.


Meeting some amazing, enthusiastic people.


Bullying by management.
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Productive and great workplace

Working hours is good. Great colleagues but occasionally the work load can be overwhelming. Bosses are knowledgeable. As it has been 10 years, I feel that I am in need for the search of a new work environment.


Good pay, work advancement.


Overwhelming workload
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Based on 16 reviews

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3.7 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
4.1 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
3.6 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
3.4 out of 5 stars for Management
3.7 out of 5 stars for Culture

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