As a PSD officer, you enjoy leave benefits, time-off, and getaways at Civil Service Club chalets.

Leave Benefits

Aside from annual vacation leave, you'll also get to enjoy other types of leave meant to support your family life and work-life.

Vacation/Annual Leave

  • 14/18 days of Vacation Leave

Medical Leave

  • 60 days of Hospitalisation Leave (inclusive of 14 Days of Sick Leave)
  • 14 days of Sick Leave (2 days without the need to produce a Medical Certificate)

Family-Related Leave

  • 16 weeks of Maternity Leave
  • 2 weeks of Paternity Leave
  • Up to 4 weeks of Shared Parental Leave
  • 3 days of Marriage Leave on the occasion on an officer's marriage
  • 2 days of Parent-care Leave
  • Childcare Leave for officers with children under 12 years old
  • Full pay unrecorded childcare leave for parents with young children
  • Adoption Leave
  • Compassionate Leave

Study/Exam Leave

  • Examination Leave for work-related courses

Volunteering Leave

You can take up to 1 day of volunteering leave per calendar year for community involvement activities.


We also encourage officers to improve their fitness by taking time off from their supervisors so they can exercise during office hours.

Civil Service Club chalets, events and social activities

Civil Service Club (CS Club) is the club of choice for Public Service officers. There are three Clubhouses at Bukit Batok, Changi and Tessensohn, and 110 chalets offering entertainment, recreation and staycation facilities.

As a Public Service officer, you are eligible to book the chalets and participate in any CS Club events or social activities.

Sign up as a CS Club member and you can enjoy facilities usage discount at any of the clubhouses, members’ rates for chalets, CS Club events and social activities, as well as earlier booking window of the chalets. Find out more about CS Club membership.