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SLT Human Capital Solutions honours employees for driving company’s success


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SLT Group Chairman P.G. Kumarasinghe Sirisena presenting an award to an HCS employee. Also pictured: SLT HCS CEO Roshan Kaluarachchi (left) and SLT HCS Director Jayantha Nimal Ratnayeka

 


Felicitating employees for their outstanding contribution towards the success of the company, SLT Human Capital Solutions Ltd. (SLT HCS), held a glittering awards ceremony ‘Super Human Award Ceremony 2019’ recently.

Recognised as the leading total HR solutions providing company in Sri Lanka, renowned for its comprehensive portfolio of innovative HR solutions, HCS instituted the Super Human Awards as a premier event to appreciate the loyalty, dedication, and hard work of its employees towards the organisation.

The ceremony was held on 9 March at the Sri Lanka Foundation Auditorium. Over 425 HCS employees participated in the event.

Sri Lanka Telecom Group Chairman P.G. Kumarasinghe Sirisena, SLT Human Capital Solutions Ltd. Board Director Jayantha Nimal Ratnayeka, and SLT Human Capital Solutions CEO Roshan Kaluarachchi, together with HCS senior management, graced the program.

Commenting on the awards ceremony, SLT Group Chairman P.G. Kumarasinghe Sirisena said, “Super Human Award Ceremony 2019 is an extension of the company’s people-centric policy, which accords utmost value to our most important assets – our employees. The event is also part of the company’s commitment to appreciate and acknowledge the contributions of our people. I commend our CEO Roshan Kaluarachchi in organising such a superlative event.”

During the event over 170 employees were recognised as ‘Super Performers’ across areas such as Technical, Contact Centre, Customer care, Sales and Sales for Small and Medium Enterprises.

For showcasing their talent in Education, Innovation and Sports, another 51 employees were also felicitated, bringing the total of 230 accolades being presented to HCS staff. At the event, 185 employees were made permanent members of SLT Human Capital Solutions Ltd.

“We are honoured to highlight exceptional individuals throughout our organisation whose superior efforts and skills have benefited our customers and our employees. We are truly proud of each of them and what they have accomplished. We firmly believe that our people are our biggest assets and we will keep investing in their potential to drive the company forward,” remarked HCS CEO Roshan Kaluarachchi. 


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