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Alice@Mediapolis #11-01,
29 Media Circle, Singapore 138565

Alice@Mediapolis #11-01, 29 Media Circle, Singapore 138565


Media Advertising Agency


We believe in giving wider perspectives
through collaboration and transparency
to build powerful brands and sustainable

We believe in giving wider perspectives through collaboration and transparency
to build powerful brands and sustainable businesses.

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Omnicom Media Group (OMG) is one of the world’s largest and leading media agency networks and it is comprised of several media specialist companies, including OMD, the largest and most innovative media communications specialist in the world, and PHD, a leading media services company widely recognized for its pioneering thought leadership. Backed by a client-first, data-led and people-powered ethos, OMG believes that our people are our greatest asset.

To better understand our employees and how we can improve, OMG conducts an annual global Employee Engagement Survey. The survey provides a multitude of data-points for our leaders and the People Talent Team to leverage and forms the framework for many of the dedicated initiatives that have been rolled out.

At OMG Singapore, we strongly believe that our people are our greatest asset. We strive relentlessly to foster an inclusive environment that attracts, engages and retains the best possible talent. Our diversity of experiences, backgrounds, viewpoints and ideas is what makes us a great place to work and differentiates us as an employer of choice.


A driving force in our business is recruiting, developing and retaining a diverse workforce that reflects the reality of consumers and the community these days. Not only is this the right thing to do, but it encourages fresh ideas and thoughts that stimulate creativity and provide outstanding innovation.

In our efforts to enhance diversity, OMG Singapore is committed to hire from a plethora of different recruitment programmes such as the Google Skills Ignition Programme, ITE Work Study program and SGUnited Traineeships. In fact, the first Digital Marketing Professional Conversion Programme for the advertising/marketing communications sector was established by OMG Singapore’s COO Chloe Neo in her capacity as the Chair of Talent Development at the Association of Advertising and Marketing Singapore. OMG Singapore also hires through the OMG LEAP Programme, an eight-week hands-on apprenticeship program for anyone who is interested in venturing into the media industry.

At OMG Singapore, we have created structures within our organisation to inculcate a gender-equal environment for everyone. Not only do we support our employees to participate in external initiatives that promote diversity and inclusion, we walk the talk internally too. Case in point: OMG Singapore is led by two extremely talented women who have risen through the ranks in the organisation. Additionally, we are made up of a 60-40 women-to-men workforce ratio and have employees from different races, ethnicities and age-groups where each individual is valued for his or her talents, expertise, experience and perspectives.

As a champion of diversity, OMG Singapore collaborated with Facebook and participated in a PRIDE month panel this year. Titled We Belong. The Power of Allyship, the panel discusses how we can be a better ally to LGBTQIA+ colleagues and seeks to raise awareness for the need to foster an inclusive workplace environment. Other international tent-pole events such as International Women’s Day as well as Movember are also celebrated at the agency. On the local front, festivities such as Chinese New Year, Deepavali, Eid and Christmas are also celebrated, often with food and activities.


Even before the pandemic struck, OMG Singapore was one of the first media agencies to launch a Flexi-Work Policy, where employees work from home once a week or start their day anytime between 7am-10am, while maintaining the core working hours per week. As part of ensuring our employees get to work as seamlessly and swiftly as they can, we have also streamlined our company’s transportation through Grab Corporate.

On top of that, other we have also set in place policies to encourage our employees to prioritise their wellbeing and connect with their loved ones. These policies include Birthday Leave, Family Care Leave, 16 weeks Maternity Leave (this is an additional four weeks from the statutory requirement) and monthly Eat With Your Family Day.

Furthermore, OMG Singapore also provides physical and mental support for our employees through our Annual Health Screening and Flexi & Welfare benefits. The Flexi benefits covers a wide range of categories such as Sports & Wellness, Recreation, Health and Professional Development. On the other hand, the Welfare benefits include celebrating meaningful milestones in our employees’ lives such as Birthdays, Child Births and Marriages. When the going gets tough for our employees, we also provide funeral assistance when an employee’s loved one passes on.

As a way to boost our employees’ morale and recognition, we have rewards such as the Path to Greatness Award (Long term service award) and Media Award Benefits (incentives for competition wins). To further showcase our appreciation, OMG has made it a point to consistently celebrate when their teams attain award wins for the organization.

We seek to create a “work hard, play hard” workplace culture to achieve happier, healthier, and more productive employees. With this in mind, we have a wide range of engagement programmes such as Sports Running Team and Buddy programme to form connections, unwind and recharge.


As these arrangements were designed and developed before the pandemic, it has made the transition to remote working and social distancing rather smooth sailing for our people during such a difficult time.

With the radical shift from in-person interactions to virtual meetings, we were committed to continually engage our employees. We came up with numerous bonding activities to ensure the element of human connection is not lost. We ran internal activities such as ‘Show Your Workplace at Home’ and baking sessions. We even created a guide called Makan Circuit for our employees to share their favourite places to buy takeaway food. On top of that, the organization had also put in place a weekly virtual 1-hour workout session to motivate our employees to staying active and healthy.

To support the workplace psychological and physical wellbeing specifically during WFH, OMG Singapore launched webinars with relevant experts in collaboration with AIA and Intellect. Our employees’ wellbeing has always been our main priority. As such, all employees are entitled to six counselling sessions for employees where they are given the option to virtually meet professionals in times of crisis.

To ensure we continue our year-end party traditions under the current safe-distancing measures, we organised a virtual OMG Singapore MASKquerade event last year for all our employees to tune in from home.