Our story

Ingeus started as Work Directions in Australia and quickly established a reputation of helping people out of work due to injury, illness or disability, to address the physical and psychological aspects of their condition and successfully return to employment.

Together we’re a team of more than 6,650 people across 10 countries, dedicated to helping individuals of all abilities thrive with independent and fulfilling lives.

Every day around the world our employees continue to develop trusted partnerships with individuals, families, communities, local and national governments, and businesses at every level, by delivering quality services and supports.

Our passion lies in helping people be their best, whether it’s an employee or someone receiving our services. And we believe in celebrating the success of every individual who overcomes physical, intellectual, or psychological injury, illness or disability, to reach their goal in life.

In the last 12 months, the APM Group’s services have reached the lives of more than 1 million people. We welcome you to find out more about our organisation and join us in enabling better lives for a million more.

Our purpose

Today, Ingeus is a proud member of leading global human services and healthcare organisation, the APM Group, with a shared purpose of enabling better lives.

We are a trusted partner of Workforce Singapore, SG Enable, SkillsFuture Singapore, and Yellow Ribbon.

We take pride in delivering high-quality services to create a positive change to the Singapore labour market and we’ve seen first-hand the value and health benefits a job can bring.

We believe that everyone has potential and that, given the right guidance, support and training, every individual can progress and reach greater heights of success.

With a robust network of employer partners and a team of experienced professionals, we are dedicated to partnering with you every step of the way.

Ingeus Singapore is part of APM Group, which delivers life changing services to more than 2.1 million people across 11 countries each year.