DHL Keells wins Silver at HRM Awards
DHL Keells (Pvt) Ltd was recently awarded a Silver Award at the HRM
Awards 2012. Organized by the Association of HR Professionals, the HRM
Awards 2012 selected, recognized, and felicitated the best organizations
that practice effective HRM methods and techniques both in the private
and public sectors. The award was accepted on behalf of the company by
the Head of HR of DHL Keells Pushpika Gunatilleke, in the presence of
Manish Patel, Country Manager, DHL Keells.
This year’s shortlisted companies were judged on areas such as talent
supply, leadership and talent management, building capabilities, rewards
and recognition and employment relationship. Malcolm Monteiro, CEO-DHL
Express, South Asia said, “It is an honor to be recognized amongst the
top 20 organizations at the HRM awards in Sri Lanka. At DHL, we will
continue to implement the best in class HR practices that have resulted
in us being an Employer of Choice.”
Pushpika Gunatilleke, Head of HR, DHL Keells (Pvt) Ltd accepting
the award. DHL is part of Deutsche Post DHL. The Group generated
revenue of 53 billion euros in 2011.
In order to equip employees to deliver their ‘customer promise’, DHL
has a worldwide program called Certified International Specialist (CIS)
Designed by DHL, the accreditation program is aimed at increasing
employees’ expertise in helping customers grow their business
All 100,000 DHL Express employees globally have been certified under
In Sri Lanka, DHL has a market leading pioneering presence since 1980
through its joint venture partner, John Keells Holdings. Deutsche Post
DHL in its strategy for 2015 is focusing strongly on a triple bottom
line approach, with a vision to be an Employer of Choice, Provider of
Choice and Investment of Choice.
On the same premise, DHL Keells strongly believes that motivated
employees help deliver great service quality for customers, building
customer loyalty and ultimately leading to a profitable network for all
DHL is the global market leader in the logistics industry and “The
Logistics company for the world”.
DHL commits its expertise in international express, air and ocean
freight, road and rail transportation, contract logistics and
international mail services to its customers.
A global network composed of more than 220 countries and territories
and about 275,000 employees worldwide offers customers superior service
quality and local knowledge to satisfy their supply chain requirements.
DHL accepts its social responsibility by supporting climate protection,
disaster management and education.