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Healthiest Workplace Summit, for the first time in Sri Lanka


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The Healthiest Workplace Summit organised by AIA Insurance, was held for the first time in Sri Lanka with the participation of HR professionals from leading corporates in the country. The summit revealed the key findings of the Healthiest Workplace Survey and also saw sharing of best practices, techniques and insightful sessions by international and local experts on key workplace health concerns. The Summit also awarded the winners of the ‘Healthiest Workplace’, ‘Healthiest Employer’ and ‘Healthiest Employee’ in large, medium and small categories respectively. Call 0777295524 to register your company for the 2019 Survey.


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