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Cinnamon’s Maldives Resorts recognised in Top 50 Most Talented HR Leaders in Maldives


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Roshan Netthasinghe 

Cinnamon Hotels and Resorts Maldives Manager for Human Resources Roshan Netthasinghe was recognised as one of the ‘50 Most Talented HR Leaders in Maldives’ at the HR Summit and Expo 2019 held in Male on 27 April. This was the second consecutive year in which he had won the title at the recent event held in Addu City, Male, Maldives.

The ‘50 Most Talented HR Leaders’ is a list of top 50 HR professionals in the Maldives, awarded by Human Capital, the most influential HR magazine in Male. The much recognised annual list celebrates the most talented players in the field of people strategy and names people whose ideas and actions are shaping practices in human resources. The list is compiled by Human Capital editorial team in conjunction with expert panels of academics, former HR directors, plus readers of Human Capital magazine.

Head of HR Cinnamon Resorts and Hotels Ishara Naufal stated, “Having won this award for the second year, shows the company’s ability to recurrently excel in HR related practices at a global level. This is an extremely worthy recognition of the work ethic at our organisation and we guarantee that the brand will continue follow these principles to create inspiring moments to our customers.”

Cinnamon Hotels and Resorts is reputed for offering its employees consistent training and career development opportunities, competitive remuneration and benefit packages and the ability to be a part of a great place to work while creating an environment where their voice and opinions matter.

 


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