The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) continues to pursue its mission of developing a productive workforce and progressive workplaces, and one MOM Manager’s aim is to help Singaporeans like you and I achieve the delicate act of work-life harmony.
By Edmund Wang
In her four years studying at the National University of Singapore (NUS) as a Psychology student, Heng Shiru was unsure of her true calling. But one thing was remarkably clear to her: her future occupation would see her working to better the lives of Singaporeans.
And when considering a future career in the Civil Service, the cheerful and gregarious 25-year-old looked no further than MOM. Shiru believes the organisation’s ideals and the nature of its work to be compatible with her personality, and she decided to commit herself to MOM’s mission of helping Singaporeans attain better jobs and eventually, a healthy, secure retirement. (Read More Here!)