IPM Sri Lanka – the nation’s leader in human resource management, will be showcasing winning corporate HR practices at its popular ‘IPM Great HR Practices’ for the second consecutive year at the IPM National HR Conference 2018 which is being held on 6 and 7 June at the BMICH in Colombo.
The IPM Great HR Practices which was held for the first time in 2017 is considered by the HR fraternity as vastly successful. IPM Great HR Practices is a platform for both public and private sector organisations to showcase their great HR practices which address a crucial HR issue and is considered as a game changer in the ongoing success of the organisation.
“Showcasing best HR practices amongst companies will help to bolster performance by way of enhancing efficiency, productivity and employee engagement. The IPM Great HR Practices plays a role of catalyst in this endeavour, and offers a recognised and accepted platform for showcasing of great HR practices. We firmly believe that great companies are built on great HR practices, and we are confident that IPM Great HR Practices will add value to the HR fraternity as well as to participating companies,” said IPM Great HR Practices 2018 Organising Committee Chairman Samantha Rathnayake.
IPM Sri Lanka now accepts applications from organisations that are reaping the benefits from a unique and innovative out-of-the-box “great HR practice” that they have successfully designed and deployed to address a crucial organisational HR related issue for the purpose of evaluation and selection of the best HR practice amongst many. The submissions will be evaluated by an eminent panel of judges and five selected companies will be recognised during the Great HR Practices at the IPM National HR Conference 2018. The company presenting the winning great HR practice will be given a unique opportunity to showcase their great HR practice and share insights with their peers at the IPM Great HR Practices.
The human resource management discipline plays a significant role in adding value to organisations and showcasing best practices for “benchmarking” is a growing trend in order to help transform companies to the next level. Showcasing of best practices is also important from a national perspective in order to step up the process of development of the national economy. In this context, the IPM Great HR Practices plays a noteworthy role in encouraging the showcasing of corporate best practices and insights. IPM Sri Lanka will be inviting corporates and members of the HR fraternity to participate in the IPM Great HR Practices.
More information on registering and submission of entries for consideration, please contact Himali on 071 392 2933.