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Wildlife Reserves Singapore is a self-funded organisation based in Singapore which manages the majority of zoos in the country. The organisation currently manages the Singapore Zoo, the Night Safari, the Jurong Bird Park and the River Safari in Singapore.


A dissatisfied member wrote, "Discrimination against annual members!! We are members of Wildlife Reserves Singapore and have been trying to book a visit to night safari after it reopened. Have checked all available dates in August / September and all we get are 9:15pm slots. this is not a viable slot for my 4 yr old! how is it possible that the system can't find ANY other slots for members as far out as end sept or early Oct. the system is obviously allocating only certain slots to members, which I think is quite discriminating. as for non members all slots are available!!"

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Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at U.S. Army War College full-time Cons: Non-professional Colonel clearing house limited"

Computer Clerk says

"I have been working at U.S. Army War College Cons: - Your going to waste your time not learning much about IT. - You may not even get promoted to another grade or another position on post because no one leaves. - You WILL work with people who don't care, and don't like their job - You WILL work with people that outrank you that know nothing about IT"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at U.S. Army War College full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Govie bureaucracy, some PhD faculty are contemptuous of non-PhD faculty."

Current Employee - Faculty Instructor says

"I have been working at U.S. Army War College full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Typical government bureaucracy, especially around the edges of the academic environment. Some of the simplest things are made to be the most difficult through low-level highly empowered functionaries. Senior leadership has consolidated decision making and content focus at the command staff level, most of whom have zero experience in the classroom."