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Lanka IOC Plc gets Sri Lanka Best Employer Brand Award

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dfcvThe World HRD Congress conferred the ‘Sri Lanka Best Employer Brand Award’ on Lanka IOC Plc at a glittering function held at Hotel Taj Samudra, Colombo recently. 

Senior Vice President (RS&HR) Siddharth Agarwal collected the award on behalf of Lanka IOC Plc.

This is a prestigious award which every year recognises the best employers in Sri Lanka. The winners are selected through carefully conducted research. The jury consists of senior industry leaders, researchers and academics including professors from many prestigious institutes.  

The Sri Lanka Best Employer Brand Award is considered a very prestigious award in the country and recipients of this award are organisations with the best HR practices in the country. 

Lanka IOC Plc is Sri Lanka’s only private sector company involved in auto fuel retailing. During the last few years it has been on a continuous growth path. In order to maintain growth, the company needs to attract the best talent in the market. With that in mind, Lanka IOC has adopted the best HR practices in the country, which have been appreciated by industry and trade bodies. In the past too the company’s HR practices have been recognised at several forums.   

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