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Strategies for improving workforce productivity


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The National Human Resources Development Council of Sri Lanka (NHRDC) together with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka (CASL), Association of Human Resource Professionals (AHRP) and the International Chamber of Commerce Sri Lanka will organise a session on strategies to foster a culture of engagement and boost employee productivity on 7 June at 9:30 a.m. at the Auditorium of Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka, Malalasekara Mawatha, Colombo 07. 

Minister of Science, Technology and Research, Skills Development and Vocational Training Dr. Sarath Amunugama will be the Chief Guest. Seelan Singham a Senior Partner at McKinsey, a co-leader of McKinsey’s Public Sector Practice, and the Chairman of their Malaysian Practice with 24 years of experience at McKinsey & Company will deliver the keynote address. The session will conclude with a panel discussion on how to improve HR Practices in the Public Sector. The panel will include Simrin Singh, Country Director, ILO, Kanagasabapathy, President, Public Sector Wing, CA Sri Lanka, S. Ranugge, Member, Public Service Commission, Wasantha Perera, Director General, SLIDA, Pradeepa Kekulawala, President, AHRP. The session will be moderated by National Human Resources Development Council of Sri Lanka (NHRDC) Chairman Dinesh Weerakkody.

 


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