Health Promotion Board
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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    $5m to $25m (SGD)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Headquarters
  • Link
    Health Promotion Board website

Established in 2001, the Health Promotion Board (HPB) is a government organisation committed to promoting healthy living in Singapore. HPB is a credible and authoritative source of evidence-based health information that seeks to empower the Singapore public with knowledge and skills to take ownership of their health and live a healthy lifestyle. We, in turn, are guided by evidence-based health knowledge to formulate and implement health policies and programmes that will improve the nation’s health.

We empower the Singapore public to embrace life fully through our wide range of health promotion and disease prevention programmes. These include health and dental services for school children, workplace health programmes and physical activity programmes, to name a few. We also work with the community and initiate new programmes over time to address their health concerns. We believe that we can achieve a healthy nation, not alone, but through building meaningful partnerships with individuals, private and community sectors, and schools and healthcare providers to create.

Our goal is to increase the quality and years of healthy life, as well as prevent illness, disability and premature death. By 2020, we aim to enable Singaporeans to have access to healthy living at the doorstep of every home, school and workplace through the Healthy Living Master Plan, thus making healthy living natural and effortless for Singapore.

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Rating is calculated based on 35 reviews and is evolving.



Internship in Outram
on December 5, 2022

Very good place to work . Friendly managers. Guided me well. Can be strict at times but for own betterment. Good way of teaching. Appreciate it. Very helpful

Application Consultant, CIO Office in Singapore
on October 6, 2022
Bureaucratic and Top-down management style

Processes usually not optimized and double effort is imminent. Management not open for improving processes. Workplace politics are growing fast. Usually happened within your own team. If you just want to humbly get your work done, probably you are not able to survive for long.

Swab-Assistant in Punggol Central
on September 26, 2022
Conflicts always with fellow colleagues as mostly they don’t know the basic procedures as required.

No future and advancement. Many are just doing to kill time and no job’s satisfaction. No skills required and just wasting golden time. This hob is meant for retiree

Senior Manager in Singapore
on September 10, 2022
Great co-workers

Strong team with great co-workers. Understanding bosses. Hybrid work with 2 days a week that is remote work. There are opportunities to work across teams.

Operations Admin in Singapore
on July 22, 2022
Covid 19 Swab ops

The pay is good but the work culture needs to improve . - The coordination - Audits One good thing is free food and there is free ppe and all provided and they send you for course for it

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