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Union Assurance acknowledged at prestigious SLITAD Awards 2017

2018-02-02 11:17:24
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Union Assurance is one of Sri Lanka’s largest providers of life insurance solutions in the country backed by the strength and stability of one of Sri Lanka’s largest conglomerates - John Keells 
Holdings PLC.


The efforts, processes and practices of Union Assurance which has been continued throughout these years was once again recognised at the SLITAD Awards 2017 held for the fourth time.


The award recognises public and private sector organisations from Sri Lanka’s corporate world that excel in the field of training and best practices across human resource development (HRD). 17 Companies were selected to participate in this award ceremony after evaluating a written submission and onsite audit. Union Assurance has a prestigious history of bagging the Gold Award in year 2013 and 2014 along with the Diamond Award won in year 2015. At the awards ceremony which was held on December 13th 2017, at Cinnamon Lakeside, Colombo, UA was able to capture the limelight of becoming the only recipient of the Platinum Award given. It is considered as the highest honour in the history of the awards ceremony.


Commenting on the outstanding achievements Human Resources General Manager Suresh Muttiah expressed that: “We are extremely glad to be recognised with such an array of awards and accolades acknowledging our Human Resource Development best practices executed throughout these years. As an innovative and fast-pace company we firmly believe in developing competencies of our staff to realise our overarching business objectives whilst providing accelerated career development opportunities for 
our associates.”


As a company which embraces their employees and places their ‘Success’ on its people, these recognitions would be yet another valued endorsement towards the future endeavours to be achieved. Furthermore, this would encourage the entire workforce to go beyond the borders and to reach for the best.

 


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