IPM Sri Lanka – the Nation’s leader in human resources management – signed up as the Strategic Partner with National Youth Development Bureau (NYDB) for the “ITN Rekiyabishekaya 2016” for the 2nd consecutive year recently.

In light of the many challenges faced in the South Asian region in regards to migrant workers, the European Union Delegation to Nepal hosted a regional seminar on "Making Labour Migration Easy and Safe in South Asia" in Kathmandu, on December 2, with the support of DAI Europe and Centre for South Asian Studies (CSAS).

The Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE) conducted a successful planned live disaster recovery testing exercise at 11:30 a.m. and recovered successfully at the Disaster Recovery site at 12:30 p.m. on 25th November 2016, where all trading activities and Central Depository Services (CDS) operations were switched over to the remote site during trading hours within the Recovery Time Objective (RTO).

Tokyo Cement ‘Divi Shakthi’ training workshops on business management, conducted together with the International Finance Corporation (IFC), has successfully trained over 200 Sub-dealers and Distributors marking a significant milestone in empowering its Dealer Network.

HNB Grameen Finance Ltd., recently extended it support to Kudawewa Vidyalaya in Dimbulagala, Polonnaruwa, in connection with Universal Children’s Day.

The Kollupitiya, Sri Lanka chapter of the Junior Chamber International (JCI) recently hosted a public and private sector-organised Diversity and Inclusion Career Day, wherein over 50 job interviews were carried out, which were mainly for persons with disabilities.

SDB bank joined hands with Trail 2016 as a sponsor on the last day of the 28-day walk which was from Point Pedro to Dondra Head.

The Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM) launched an exclusive Global Mobility Networking Chapter in Sri Lanka with Sarrah Sammoon of Sri Lanka Relocation Services – A. S. & Associates Resources Co. as Chapter Lead.

SriLanka’s No.1roofing sheets producer, Rhino Roofing Products Ltd. recently engaged in various Corporate Social Responsibility projects through its CSR Unit.

Thousands of walkers reached the finishing point as Trail’s 28-day journey from Point Pedro in the North to Dondra in the South of Sri Lanka came to an end.

Lanka IOC PLC, one of the major and premier private oil companies to have ever been set up in the country, has embarked on the organization’s next Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) stance by giving a generous donation towards the TRAIL Walk initiative which took place in October this year.