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Maliban bags ‘Best HR Company’ accolade at Asian HR Leadership Awards

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Maliban Founder Ratnapala Samaraweera along with Maliban officials


Maliban Biscuit Manufactories Ltd., Sri Lanka’s most trusted biscuit manufacturer, which has infused novel experiences to its customers through innovative process manufacturing, received the ‘Best HR Company’ award at the Asian HR Leadership Awards held in Dubai recently.

Organised for the eighth consecutive year, the Asian Leadership Awards (ALA) salutes remarkable business leaders and organisations in Asia for their continuing commitment to excellence, developing best practices and innovative strategies. Winners of the awards exemplify the best in leadership and epitomise the core values of a successful leader – strength, innovation, ingenuity, knowledge and foresight values that are imperative to carving out powerful businesses in the global economy. 

Maliban believes there is a strong synergy between engagement and innovation. By implementing this in the company’s day-to-day operations, Maliban was able to clinch this award and reaffirm its position as a brand that practices a unique approach to groom a talented pool of employees to support each and every stage of the employee life cycle. 

With a strong focus on delivering excellence to its valued customers, Maliban continues to evolve with innovative leadership coaching strategies and skills development workshops to further enhance its value creation to customers and to all of its employees as well.

With dynamic technological advancements in innovation, quality and taste, Maliban Biscuits continues to dominate the biscuit industry with ground-breaking products that are tailor-made to delight customers thus providing novel experiences.

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