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We have a good working environment, and our immediate head and the administrators are supportive of our growth. It inculcates culture of personal integrity and spirituality, family solidarity and community participation.
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Good for Beginners

Good for beginners. Don't expect much. My work before does not have Work life Balance and its harder to file a leave for the office I was assigned to.


Accessible to home, Good for Beginners


Low Salary, High Workload, No life work balance
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  • Ability to meet personal goals
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Unprofessional and unethical to the applicants

We were sent to the appointed day of the interviews, but we didn't reach the office, other people said that it was closed, and their employees were off work. And we inform the interviewer who said that it will be up to us to wait for the interviewee for the second step of hiring. Imagine we waited for nothing, and it was raining and there was still a storm during those times. They don't know how to understand the person looking for a job and the cost of the fare as well as the time they wasted.
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Good camaraderie with wirkmates

I enjoyed my stay here mainly because of the staff and faculty good working relationship. I can't say anything good with the rest because I learned to not say anything if you don't have anything nice to say.
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Memorable and challenging

As a faculty, the good thing about working there is they give me the freedom to manage my own class according to my own system of teaching but other things of course should be done accdg to the rules set by the school


Dont remember anything


Need to stay in the school for 8 hours everyday even if iam done teaching, the salary grade for associate prof 1 is only minimum salary equivalent to an entry level employee
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Student-centered but not Pro-Teachers

PWU JASMS teaching pedagogy is ideal and progressive. It is true that they are students centered.However, they are not pro-teachers. Workload does not equate the salary. You are asked to work OT with no pay, "Para sa mga bata". Management is chaotic and not proactive making work more hard and stressful. They play favorites and would believe rumors. Instead of engaging in a conversation, they will do passive aggressive things to address it. Lastly, they don't listen to the teachers and engaging in a dialogue with the Admin is never welcome.Yet, there are a strong bond among the teachers. They help each other and would collaborate to make the work easy.
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Productive workplace/best colleagues

*You teach your expertise*Faculty and staff are very approachable*Administrators are considerate*Students are respectful and smart*Workplace is conducive
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Loving and well grounded with the core value of the university

Extending my gratitude is an understatement as I highly treasure the trust PWU offers to its cohorts; a luxury not everyone enjoys in their school. I am more than lucky to be part of this institution. I always brag to all my colleagues from different universities how the system here really works and that teachers are very much valued. This is why it is never a pressure or stress to do things for this school. In fact, teachers here are always willing to do more, be more, and go beyond. I have been teaching in different universities in Metro Manila and none compare to PWU. Hence, let me thank my university for all the opportunities.
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Its refreshing to work with students with high idealism.

Its culture is focused on the development of the men and women on a holistic approach. There seems to be much going on like volleyball matches, ping pong and swimming. The hardest part is the facilities are outdated yet they don't free dental and medical services for their employees. The student are well guided and placement for new graduates is what I've experience.


Discounts on tuition fees, Quality Education for children


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You may want to go and stay at the same time

The high school students are very friendly and respectful even though some of them came from different schools. You will meet different kinds of of students with different kinds of needs. In term of the faculty members, so far I experiences the best and not-so-worst batches; it still depends on how well you adapt with different people. If you are focused more on working and have no other things to worry about, this institution is gor yo.


Students, teaching and non-teaching staff


Work and life balance, low salary and no OT pay, slow-paced salary increase, less benefits
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workmates and location

PWU is an ok institution, workmates are very flexible, its just the horrible traffic. Though a little support is given in research work, publication and scholarship.
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Very pro student school

I have been a professor their for 8 years. The good side of being a faculty there is the freedom to teach and handle my class my way other than that, the school is rated below average in faculty mgmt, conflict mgmt, salary increase and promotion. The way they treat faculty is not proportional to the salary they are receiving.
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I taught Biology to my Senior HighSchool Students and Ecology with my College students.

Philippine Womens University is my starting ground. Good Co Teachers and students are polite.The administration is also best in which they will inform and help you to do what you can't do. They gave salary on time and provide the necessary materials we need inside the classroom.
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Family cultured institution

It was nice working here. Even if you will experience at times hardships and stress from a not so good management, it won't materialize that much because of your helpful colleagues.
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Fun workplace

It was a good experience and because it was only a project base, we only work on weekends. Good people and they are professional in terms of work. The team was cooperative and hard working.
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Disrespectful Gestures Upon Hiring Applicants

HR here are disrespectful, knowing that applicants are sitting and waiting for the interview, a lot of them are ego tripper, both gestures and how they talk. Is seems that they do not know the ethical responsibility of being HR team. They are not trained to be professional nor they do not know how to behave properly.


HR are power grabbers and ego trippers
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Enjoyed teaching.

The facility was culture-sensitive. However, the management was not pro employees.The hardest part of being a teacher is to fail a student. But the most enjoyable part of teaching is when your students learn.


Helping students learn.


The management is not pro employee.
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fun workplace

awesome workplace and gives satisfying benefits and salary. They prioritize their employees, promotion is easy. Management is definitely cool and they are all easy to be with.




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Working without stress, friendly staffs and management

I learn how to be more patient, control anger and trust your team, work with smile even too much busy, hardest part of the job is to handle people in different nationality, traditions


Free coffe, tea, cola


No overtime
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Feels like Home

My comfort zone. A challenging place especially for those people who wants to see some changes in the culture It is hard to make the old people to adapt changes.
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limited growth.

limited career growth as an intern, but it is unavoidable since I stayed at PWU for just a month and a half. I have been mostly exposed to compensation and recruitment. Also because I was an intern, there was no salary or benefits or sense of job security/advancement. Furthermore, I enjoyed being exposed to recruitment, as it gave me the chance to understand how handling applicants work, what answers can pique interest or throw one off as an interviewer while in a job interview.


good colleague relationship, recruitment experience, appreciation of school-setting environment


distance, sometimes job is too clerical or repetitive it becomes boring
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Based on 39 reviews

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3.4 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
2.8 out of 5 stars for Salary / Benefits
3.1 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
3.1 out of 5 stars for Management
3.5 out of 5 stars for Culture

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