Business Resource Management Services (BRMS) has recommended that Seylan Bank implement a Manpower Plan that would increase the operational efficiency and contribute to the enhancement of the bank’s profitability, according to a report recently completed.
A press release stated that BRMS, an organization that provides consultancy and training completed a consultancy assignment on the preparation of Manpower Planning through a work study. The draft report was handed over to Chairman of Seylan Bank Eastman Narangoda. The press release stated that Seylan Bank has restored its financial stability and re-established confidence among its stakeholders under the guidance of the current Board of Directors. Managing Partner of BRMS Jayanta Jayaratna said he hopes the implementation of the recommendations would be beneficial to Seylan Bank and the overall banking sector in Sri Lanka.
The consultants who were involved in this assignment are M/S Jayanta Jayaratna, Wasanthe Senanayake, L. Prabhakaran and Ranee Fernando who are consultants with many years of hands on experience in the banking sector. The press release noted that BRMS hs successfully completed several consultancy assignments within Sri Lanka and overseas. Currently they have undertaken an HR Consultancy for the Maldivian Electricity Board.