Singapore is a successful nation which revolves on a national philosophy of self-reliance. Throughout our rapid development, we have refrained from becoming a welfare state. This was made possible through the introduction of the Central Provident Fund (CPF) in 1955. As a compulsory savings scheme, CPF ensured that workers could support themselves with dignity in retirement.Over the years, CPF has also been used to accelerate national growth.To meet the population's needs in housing, healthcare, family protection and investment, several innovative schemes were introduced over the last five decades. Yet, throughout its evolution, the Board has remained true to its founding principle, which is to ensure that every Singaporean enjoys financial independence in old age.
We believe in holistic development, i.e. not just having a successful career but also leading a healthy and meaningful lifestyle.We advocate work-life harmony and host a series of activities yearly that encourage our staff to achieve a healthy work-life balance. Staff can easily check out myWellness@CPF Board which has a myriad of welfare benefits and programmes in place for all staff: Workplace Health Programmes Work-Life Harmony Programmes Work-Life Support
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