Over 40 Staff At Sadaharitha Plantations Felicitated At The Slim Graduation Ceremony
A significant number of over 40 of Sadaharitha Plantations’ staff were recently accredited with professional marketing qualifications at the Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing (SLIM) graduation ceremony held at the Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall (BMICH).
The ceremony witnessed the honourable participation of the Minister of Education Hon. (Prof.) G. L. Peiris as Chief Guest and several officials from SLIM participating in this glamorous event. Executive Director and CEO of Sadaharitha Group of Companies Dr Pradeep Edward was also recognised as a Fellow Life Member of SLIM at the event.
Sadaharitha Plantations – the pioneering commercial forestry company in Sri Lanka that is recognised for being among the largest foreign income earners, offers diversified green investment opportunities while also offering the best returns. The company recognises its staff as principal factors of success, owing to their exceptional service and support. In this regard, Sadaharitha has been highly committed to supporting and nurturing its human resources through constant training and development to enhance their skills and improve their efficiency and productivity. As of today, the company has over 100 employees who have been facilitated through this programme. The Training and Development department of the company identifies such programmes as necessary professional skills for the team to develop their career and themselves.
SathisNawarathna – Chairman of Sadaharitha Group commented on the training and development programmes for the staff saying: “Sadaharitha has been able to establish a career ladder which allows the employees to move up the corporate structure rapidly. Our structure provides our staff with the opportunity to grow from Junior Executive positions to Senior Management levels. I am extremely elated that the company has been able to assist the staff in obtaining professional qualifications and thereby help them achieve their professional goals.”