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28-03-2022 08:09 PM
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Hi

i have been working in ESG for over 3 years and have seen & worked with many MAs, most of which are very capable and great to work with. I do not see scholars receiving special treatment. Performance and progress are based on performance. Most of my colleagues in other divisions would agree that the people are very fun to work with, helpful & collaborative.

That said, it is true that attrition across the organisation (typically after ppl stay a few years) is not low. I think one of the biggest factors could be workload and the appeal of the private sector, which is not very surprising given how closely ESG works with the companies (officers are often poached), and the transferable skills acquired. Another thing is the nature of work; inevitably, there is some level of ops work and officers are sometimes pulled into worksteams not directly related to their division (e.g. covid workstreams) - part of a larger agenda to serve the country. Officers also have to be quite versatile and pick up things outside their domain quickly.

Well, if you are keen, applications for Enterprise Singapore’s (ESG) Management Associate Programme (MAP) close on 4th April 2022. s://.enterprisesg.gov.sg/careers/management-associate-programme
wa lao, even if HR also can don't so obvious anot
28-03-2022 01:05 AM
Rae
ESG's Management Associate Programme Application Closing soon

Hi

i have been working in ESG for over 3 years and have seen & worked with many MAs, most of which are very capable and great to work with. I do not see scholars receiving special treatment. Performance and progress are based on performance. Most of my colleagues in other divisions would agree that the people are very fun to work with, helpful & collaborative.

That said, it is true that attrition across the organisation (typically after ppl stay a few years) is not low. I think one of the biggest factors could be workload and the appeal of the private sector, which is not very surprising given how closely ESG works with the companies (officers are often poached), and the transferable skills acquired. Another thing is the nature of work; inevitably, there is some level of ops work and officers are sometimes pulled into worksteams not directly related to their division (e.g. covid workstreams) - part of a larger agenda to serve the country. Officers also have to be quite versatile and pick up things outside their domain quickly.

Well, if you are keen, applications for Enterprise Singapore’s (ESG) Management Associate Programme (MAP) close on 4th April 2022. s://.enterprisesg.gov.sg/careers/management-associate-programme
28-02-2022 07:17 PM
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Just finished panel interview this week. Not sure of the outcome yet tho.
What type of questions were u ask if you dont mind sharing? Looking to apply but for their scholarship track
19-02-2022 04:23 PM
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Just finished panel interview this week. Not sure of the outcome yet tho.
u applied for what role?
18-02-2022 02:12 PM
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Anyone accepted in this year's intake yet?
Just finished panel interview this week. Not sure of the outcome yet tho.
17-02-2022 09:01 PM
Unregistered Anyone accepted in this year's intake yet?
29-01-2022 04:26 PM
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Known quite a number of people resigning from ESG. Why?
Culture? Pay? Workload?

Anyone can shed some light?
Not much future if you aren't a scholar.
29-01-2022 03:56 PM
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Resignation wave?

Known quite a number of people resigning from ESG. Why?
Culture? Pay? Workload?

Anyone can shed some light?
29-01-2022 01:35 PM
Unregistered notice ESG hiring ad got quite a few postings abt associates/senior associates.

what happen when the contractual duration for the A/SAs are up?
got so many perm headcount to port over mah?
10-01-2022 11:26 AM
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Anyone going for ESG MAP Assessment Centre? Does anyone that has went through it before have any advice and could you please share what the business case study was about?
Hi, does anyone have any tips for those who went for ESG MAP AC round?
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