The much awaited NHRC 2014, will take place on the 18th and 19th of June at the Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall [BMICH], Colombo. This year’s conference is built around the theme ‘Redefining HR for boosting performance’ addressing the need to recast HR strategy to align itself with evolving organisation al needs. It examines innovative HR concepts and strategies that could be deployed to enrich the performance of any type of organisation, in a rapidly changing business environment.
Renowned speakers from Australia, UK, Malaysia and Sri Lanka will be presenting new thoughts, insights, global practices and different disciplines relevant to the conference theme, further enhancing the claim that this event is the most inclusive learning forum for the HR community, attracting over 1,000 delegates from a multitude of organisation s; public and private sector companies, universities, government departments, NGO’s and other entities from Sri Lanka and South Asian regions.
CEO of hSenid Business Solutions, Mr. Sampath Jayasundara mentioned that, “For over a decade, hSenid has constantly been at the forefront of HR, always willing to be a part of the revolutionizing processes of HR in Sri Lanka. We also hope to continue to be one of the leaders joining other accredits we step into the next generation of Human Resources.”
hSenid Business Solutions is a premier Human Resource Information System (HRIS) solutions provider; specializing in holistic HR applications, HR services outsourcing and software development. Since Human capital is every company’s most prized asset, hSenid’s HRIS solutions allows HR departments to focus more on ‘Real’ HR activities rather than administrative HR, offering HR solutions that will engage and empower employees to build competitive organisation s that would constantly achieve desired goals. It also allows strategic decision making processes for the top level managers. Since hSenid’s incorporation in 1997, it has served over 700 clients globally, across 18 industries in 30 countries.