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Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at SPRG.

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12 English questions out of 12

10 May 2022

What is health insurance like at SPRG?

Pros

Flexible in terms of working hours

Cons

Health benefit is limited and package is simple.

Health benefit is limited and package is simple.

10 May 2022

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5 October 2020

How are the career development opportunities at SPRG?

Pros

Wide range of client and great career patch

Cons

Harsh management and ot culture

Wide range of client and great career patch

5 October 2020

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8 March 2021

Are transfers to other offices possible with SPRG?

Pros

-Fair salary -Opportunities to explore different industry -High-level client portfolio

Cons

-Work overtime -Low work-life balance

Opportunities to explore different industry

8 March 2021

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22 April 2021

How are senior leaders perceived at SPRG?

Pros

Good project opportunities for interns to gain perspectives into the work of Account Executives (AE). Worked closely alongside AEs.

Cons

Could be stressful for an inexperienced intern to balance multiple tasks and projects concurrently.

Advice to Management

Outline expectations to interns and give heads up on what to expect.

Good project opportunities for interns to gain perspectives into the work of Account Executives (AE).

22 April 2021

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22 February 2021

How is management perceived at SPRG?

Pros

-Easily accessible in Singapore's CBD -Some people in SPRG genuinely want to put their best foot forward in every task they do -Casual wear at work

Cons

-Leadership is the weakest I've ever experienced. -Weak portfolio of clients (in SG). -Strong favouritism culture: your value isn't based on the quality of your work, it's based on how well you get along with management and who you're seen with. -Toxic work environment: blatant favouritism that makes you feel anxious about your place at work because of unequal opportunities and responsibilities that are set up to make you fail, more so if you're on the wrong side. -Leadership can be problematic, egomaniac. There's no teamwork or willingness to learn from people from other expertise. Can be unprofessional at times. -Felt unsafe as a young female. Had to navigate predatory behaviour at work. Often felt like the value I brought to work was based on how I look. There's usually an air of excitement and interest when there are new employees who are straight females, under 30. -You may be bullied, undervalued, ostracised and isolated from everyone if you refuse to participate in rampant mind games. -Spent more time navigating high-level mind games than doing actual work. Funnily enough, these games are orchestrated by same person in position of power. -Unqualified people in power: the people in higher positions hired based on their relationship with management, not their experience or capability.

Advice to Management

Mangagement should care more about running a company and being a more decent leader.

Unqualified people in power: the people in higher positions hired based on their relationship with management, not their experience or capability.

22 February 2021

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