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HNB kicks off its first-ever Walk The Talk challenge


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HNB’s Head Office car park in Colombo 10 was left vacant on Friday 31st August as every employee – including all of the bank’s senior management, led by HNB Managing Director/CEO, Jonathan Alles - reaffirmed their commitment to HNB’s Green Pledge, arriving at work after taking public transport or carpooling, while many more cycled or walked to work saving over 600 litres of fuel consumption and resultant emissions that would have normally have been created as part of their average daily commute. Every employee was provided a revitalizing glass of kola kanda as they arrived and got prepared for the day ahead. 

 


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