Ex eipic teacher (Former Employee) – napiri – March 2, 2018
I was an ex eipic teacher at awwa.I put in so much effort and care for the children and worked my best with the team.Despite all these efforts,I was criticized and not recognized.It especially hurts when you know you have put in tremendous hardwork but there are no praises.
Flexi working hours and school holidays
Challenging and unrealistic supervisors and colleagues
Teacher (Former Employee) – Lorong Napiri – March 12, 2015
I joined AWWA as a teacher assistant in 2005 and gradually progressed to become a teacher . Our job involves lot of team effort and we had to discuss about strategies to overcome certain challenges. We had a great team . The paperwork was a bit difficult for me though. But at the end of the day when you see a child learn a skill like walk, say a word, or hold a spoon all difficulty in doing paperwork is forgotten and look forward to another day.