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Airtel Lanka among 25 Best Workplaces in Sri Lanka


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Airtel Lanka receiving the top 25 Great Places To Work award

Airtel Lanka was recognised as one of the 25 Best Workplaces in Sri Lanka, at the Best Workplaces Awards Ceremony recently held by Great Place to Work Institute at the Hilton Colombo. Airtel earned this credential based on the feedback provided by its employees in an anonymous survey conducted by Great Place to Work in Sri Lanka.

Airtel Lanka CEO/MD Jinesh Hegde said: “Technology, customer requirements and markets are bound to change in a digitally transforming era, however, if we invest in our people that is something we can always count on. The Airtel team is great to work with and they are responsible as much as the management for making Airtel Lanka a great place to work.”

“We applaud Airtel for seeking employees’ feedback as well as the opportunity to certify and recognise itself,” said Kshanika Ratnayake, CEO of Great Place to Work in Sri Lanka. “These ratings measure its capacity to earn its own employees’ trust and create a great workplace – critical metrics that anyone considering working for or doing business with Airtel Lanka should take into account as an indicator of high performance.”


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