Dialog Network Services Certified as a ‘Great Workplace’

Reiterating its commitment to establishing a high-performance and diverse work culture that delivers an impactful contribution, Dialog Network Services (DNS), a fully owned subsidiary of Dialog Axiata PLC, Sri Lanka’s premier connectivity provider, was recently certified as a ‘Great Workplace’ by Great Place to Work® – Sri Lanka.

A global authority on high-performance workplace cultures, the Great Place to Work® institute provides the benchmarks, frameworks, and expertise needed to recognise outstanding work environments. This accreditation and recognition represent the voice of DNS employees who responded to the survey by Great Place to Work® which primarily evaluated the hygiene factors of Trust through Credibility, Respect and Fairness, Pride and Camaraderie within an organisation – pre-requisites of a foundation in establishing a ‘Great Workplace’. The evaluation model is used to assess workplaces and its results allow companies to benchmark themselves against the best workplaces across the globe.

On achieving this milestone, Janak Fernando, Chief Executive Officer, Dialog Network Services said, “In our domain of network service operations, our people are the most precious and greatest asset we have. We are honoured and humbled to receive this accreditation which reflects our commitment towards creating a people-focused culture. Despite the challenges we faced during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, our team demonstrated high levels of resilience, adaptability, and creativity to successfully achieve stretched targets to serve the surge in demand for broadband.”

Dialog Network Services (Private) Limited (DNS), is a fully owned subsidiary of Dialog Axiata PLC, which is Sri Lanka’s flagship telecommunications service provider, operating the country’s largest mobile network. DNS focuses on providing best-in-class network operations and development services to enable multi-sensory digital connectivity to drive empowerment and enrichment of Sri Lankan lives and enterprises.

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