- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
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- Good Bonus
- HR Policies regularly reviewed
- Free Travel
- Dedicated Talent Management Team
- Company is big enough for individuals to switch department. You do not need to job hop to other companies.
- Booming industry
- There are still lots of red tapes, but the company is willing to take steps to increase productivity.
- Industry is booming, but relatively small currently. Will be much bigger in 10 years time.
Advice to Management
- Dare to let go of dead logs. Don't let them drag the company down
- Motivate the driven staff with higher pay, bonus, progression, etc..
- Well done to engage the staff.
- It is natural to peg our salary to a higher tier since not many people are willing to rough it out in the company.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online – interviewed at SMRT.
FIrstly,candidates had to come up with a proposal on some tasking problem within 20 mins. this is individual work. followed by that, candidates would be put into groups and enter the group interview stage whereby they would be observed on how they work and to come up with final proposal to the SMRT interviewers. be prepared to be stressed by the examiners on the team's decisions.
- The question was set in the future whereby natural fuel is running out and alternative energy is the way and some anonymous rail company is facing some restructuring and needs the candidate to come up with some proposal based on the load of information given. Answer Question
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SMRT works hard to get its customers back home. The company provides subway, light rail, bus, and taxi services in Singapore for about 1.3 million commuters a day. The company's main revenue generator is its MRT (mass rapid transit) unit, which operates a network of some 90 km (55 miles) of rail and more than 50 stations. In addition to its transportation operations, SMRT rents commercial space in its train stations and makes money from advertising placed in its stations and on its trains, buses, and taxis. The company also provides engineering services. The government of...