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CAL further cements its reputation as a preferred employer with ‘Great Place to Work’ certification

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Sri Lanka’s leading Investment Bank offering integrated capital market and investment solutions, Capital Alliance Holdings (CAL), has been certified as a ‘Great Place to Work’ in an independent and anonymous survey conducted by Great Place to Work®. Affirming the Group’s human capital policies, CAL received an ‘A’ grade assessment on the staff trust index and the culture audit metrics to measure its people practices Great Place to Work®, is the global authority on workplace culture, employee experience, and the leadership behaviors proven to deliver market-leading revenue, employee retention, and increased innovation. With their team at the heart of everything they do, CAL continuously has a pulse on its team to ensure that it is a great place to work. The Group’s core values of Integrity, Fairness, Dynamism and Teamwork reflect the emphasis it places on ensuring a contented and productive workforce.
Commenting on the certification, Rochelle Mortier - Chief Human Resources Officer, Capital Alliance said, “The success that CAL has achieved over 20 years in the industry has been driven by its people, reputed to be the industry-best. We are delighted to be certified as a Great Place to Work on the basis of an independent study on the critical pillars of staff trust and employee experience. In the fast-moving industry in which we operate, it is critical that we retain and reward our employees by ensuring a fulfilling workplace culture that celebrates their achievements while supporting them to realize their potential. CAL remains dedicated to investing in its human capital and sustain a superior employee experience.”

CAL which has an enviable workplace culture of employees who are nurtured as one family. The company has a refreshing approach to developing its people, thereby helping build an incredible team of professionals who understand the value of maintaining CAL’s impeccable reputation to reach new heights.

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