Work-Life Excellence

"Your Well Being Matters to Us"

Our Work-Life programmes and activities cater to diverse groups of staff and differing health, social, family and developmental needs.

The Inland Revenue Recreation Club (IRRC), championed by our senior management, comprises 5 committees.  We regularly organise recreational, social and sporting activities to keep you plugged into the latest health-related initiatives. 

Social Committee

“To promote interaction among IRAS staff through recreational and social activities.”

Recreational activities and events to bring colleagues from different work functions together, such as

Family Day

Dinner and Dance

Night Cycling

Workshops / Classes (e.g. baking, chocolate making, art jamming, etc)

Overseas Trips to Malaysia and Taiwan

Social Committee


Sports Committee

In service of the IRAS sporting community by inspiring a passion for activity across all levels.”

Physical activities to promote healthy lifestyle and involvement  in sports teams, such as

A.C.T.I.V.E Day







Ad-hoc classes (e.g. aerobics, yoga), introductory golf classes, nature run


Sports Committee


Community Involvement Committee

“To fulfill Corporate Responsibility to community and environment through organising events for staff participation, and promote spirit of volunteerism and teamwork in IRAS.”

Fund-raising activities and outreach programmes that make a difference to the needy groups, such as

President’s Challenge Bazaar

Blood Donation Drives

Local and overseas community involvement program (i.e. Water for Life Project, visits to Old Folks Home). 


CI Committee


Welfare Committee

“To provide good welfare for staff and to show appreciation with appropriate gifts for newborn, marriage, hospitalisation and condolence.”

Lunch time talks on health-related or financial matters and festive bazaars to provide one-stop shopping convenience for our staff. 


Welfare Committee


Editorial Committee

“To update staff with the latest news and happenings in IRAS on work and social activities.”

Publicity and Engagement activities on IRRC activities


Editorial Committee