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Central Provident Fund Board Overview

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Singapore (Singapore)
1001 to 5000 employees
1955
Government
Government
$10+ billion (USD) per year
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The CPF Board collects monthly CPF contributions from employers and safeguards them for CPF members. We also manage CPF schemes, which enable CPF members to have lifelong income, use their CPF savings to pay for their healthcare needs as well as to buy a ... Read more

Mission: To enable Singaporeans to have a secure retirement, through lifelong income, healthcare financing and home financing.

Central Provident Fund Board Reviews

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    I have been working at Central Provident Fund Board full-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    Salary and bonus are quite competitive. Staff welfare is good. The job is stable. Plenty of teambuilding activities throughout the year

    Cons

    To achieve personal targets, senior management wants projects to complete within short period of time. This often results in inadequate systems or recovery.

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Central Provident Fund Board Interviews

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    Customer Service Executive Interview

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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Central Provident Fund Board in September 2017.

    Interview

    The staff were generally friendly but one out of two of the interviewers looked genuinely uninterested the moment he found out that I had a degree.

    They went on to ask if I was aware that the position I've applied for is what most graduates would not choose to begin. Then they implied that I was overqualified and talked about how the pay would be below my "expectations"...

    I guess it kind of ended the moment I heard this.

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Company Updates

  • CPF Board was placed 3rd among the Public Sector employers in CareerBuilder Singapore’s Employers of Choice 2015 Survey. Read more here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIKph

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    Non-Cash Rewards & Recognition, Flexible Benefits, Performance-Based Bonus,Employee Health Benefits & Data Analytics Learn the latest by attending Employee Benefits Asia 2015 The government and public service sector has emerged as a favourite among Singaporeans today. The industry was ranked first in CareerBuilder Singapore's Employers of Choice 2015 Survey.

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Central Provident Fund Board Awards & Accolades

  • Singapore's Leading 100 Graduate Employers, GTI Media, 2014

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