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Vision Care commends employee efforts at annual staff convention


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Mrs. Iresha Fernando Assistant accountant getting the “Special appreciation- non HR staff award” from Mr.Sanjiv Wijayasinghe- Group Chief People officer

CEO secretary – Ms.Chamila Welikala- getting the “ Long service award for 10 years”

Vision Care, the market leader in eye care and hearing solution products, hosted a staff convention recently at the Water’s Edge Battaramulla to recognise and felicitate their star performers. This event served as a channel for motivation to encourage their staff to benchmark and outdo themselves in the future. The glamorous event was attended by over 650 staff of their 20 SBUs. 70 star performers were recognised for the year 2018.

Mr.Sanjiv Wijayasinghe , Group Chief People officer addressing the employee body present at the convention

To Vision Care, their employees are their most valuable asset and have been a key to success over the many years of successful operations. The motivation received by the staff from this convention will result in them making even more significant contributions to their organisation. Employee benefit programs such as these have always remained at the forefront of Vision Care’s corporate values. 

With over 26 years of excellence in the industry, Vision Care has become the name of choice for high quality, high precision, optical and ophthalmic products in the country. Selling only the world’s most renowned and premium brands, the reputation that they have garnered only improves with each passing year. Their dedicated team of staff and eye care professionals are the cream of the industry and as a result, this event speaks volumes in regard to their commitment. 

With 52 outlets across Sri Lanka and a brand new outlet in Bangladesh, Vision Care will continue to expand their reach and trusted services. As contemporary fashion trends always change and differ from person to person, Vision Care is able to deliver products that are specifically designed to meet all of the customers’ requirements and preferences along with suiting every occasion.

 


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