Calling Applications for hire a consultant to carry out the Study on Skill gap Analysis in Labour Market - 2018

National Human Resources Development Council (NHRDC) of Sri Lanka, under the Ministry of National Policies and Economic Affairs focus to hire a Consultant to carry out the Study on Skill gap Analysis in Labour Market.
Those who are interested in above invited to send a CV along with stating the below mentioned information on or before 14th November 2018 to the following address.
1 Education Qualification
2 Similar Experience
3 Statistical Analysis
4 Capacity of Team
5 Professional Qualification
Director
National Human Resources Development Council of Sri Lanka
No 354/2, 7 th Floor
“Nipunatha Piyasa”, Elvitigala Mawatha
Colombo 05
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Labour imports must be managed professionally to avoid destabilisation

A group of professionals belonging to several agencies said in one voice on Tuesday that foreign worker policies must be carefully drafted and should not in any way be allowed to destabilise the local labour market.

The known facts about Sri Lanka’s labour market are: the skills mismatch, low female labour force participation at 36%, youth unemployment, demography, ageing population, and outdated labour policies.

To address our labour shortages and the skills mismatch we need to up-skill our domestic labour pool, tap into our overseas Sri Lankan workers and diaspora, and finally for short-term gaps look to foreign labour.

It is estimated based on Immigration Department data that around 40,000 foreigners, mainly from India, China and Bangladesh, are working in different sectors. Some however put the figure as high as 200,000.

Sri Lanka currently has no adequate institutional, legal, policy and operational framework for facilitating and regulating foreign worker movement in Sri Lanka. According to the Department of Census and Statistics, there are nearly half a million vacancies in medium- and large-scale private sector enterprises in 2017 (see chart).
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How companies can grow by supercharging their talent

This advisory is a summary of a keynote presentation delivered by Arne Gast and Liesje Meijknecht, managing partner and senior leader of McKinsey & Company’s Organisation Practice in Asia Pacific respectively, at a breakfast on Capturing Value from Talent. This event was co-organised by the National Human Resources Development Council, the Association of Human Resource Professionals, and the International Chamber of Commerce Sri Lanka on 19 June.

Across the globe, the pace of change is accelerating. For many established companies, particularly in developed nations, this spells the threat of decline or stagnation. Throughout Asia, however, momentum is trending in the opposite direction. By 2025, more than half of the Fortune Global 500 companies will be based in Asia, up from 17% in 2010. But to capture this enormous growth potential, Asian companies will first have to wrestle with several crucial challenges. Among them: the difficulty of finding and nurturing good leaders; the mismatch between the capabilities employees have today vs. what’s needed for the future; the shift to a predominantly millennial workforce; and organisational inefficiencies stemming from unproductive levels of staffing and hierarchy.

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Calling Applications for Resource Persons Career Orientation & Guidance Program for School Teachers - 2018

National Human Resources Development Council of Sri Lanka, Ministry of National Policies and Economic Affairs have made arrangements to conduct a career Guidance Program for School teachers

The program is expected to cover the areas of “Enhancing Career Guidance in School System”, “Role of the Teacher in Career Guidance”, “Labor Market, Vocational Education, Training & Current Opportunities” and “Career Test”, in 01 day sessions.

(Expected participants will be around 200)

Those who are expert in above topic areas are invited to send applications by giving the following information.

  • Name
  • Expert Areas
  • Experience in similar capacity
  • Expected fee (Per Hour)

Please send us your application along with a CV on or before 15th November 2018 to the following address.

Director

National Human Resources Development Council of Sri Lanka

No 354/2, 7th Floor,

“Nipunatha Piyasa”, Elvitigala Mawatha

Colombo 05

Telephone Number: 011-2595679 / 011-3443508

NHRDC conducts workshop for SME entrepreneurs in Gampaha District

The National Human Resources Development Council (NHRDC) conducted a series of programs island-wide to build capacity of the small and medium scale business community.

The latest program was conducted for selected SME entrepreneurs in the Gampaha District. This was conducted successfully with the collaboration of District Secretariat Gampaha in early August at the Auditorium of the District Secretariat.

Around 180 entrepreneurs attended the event. The event was organised with the support of the Additional District Secretary of Gampaha District Secretariat with the help of resource persons representing the Export Development Board, Hatton National Bank and the Central Bank of Sri Lanka. The experience of some of the successful entrepreneurs in the Gampaha District was also shared with the entrepreneurs.

REQUEST FOR QUOTATION (RFQ)

Master of Ceremonies (Compere)

Dear Sir / Madam:
We kindly request you to submit your quotation for procurement of Master of Ceremonies Service (compere) , for a discussion forum to be held on 2nd October 2018 from 9.00 AM – 11.30 AM at the Auditorium of Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka.

Quotations may be submitted on or before September 28, 2018 and via e-mail, or post to the address below:
Director, National Human Resources Development Council of Sri Lanka, 7th Floor, Nipunatha Piyasa, 354/2, Elvitigala Rd, Narahenpita, Colombo 05.
Note:
It shall remain your responsibility to ensure that your quotation will reach the address above on or before the deadline. Quotations that are received by NHRDC after the deadline indicated above, for whatever reason, shall not be considered for evaluation.
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National Human Resources Development Council
Nipunatha Piyasa, 7th Floor,
No.354/2, Elvitigala Mawatha,
Narahenpita, Colombo 5

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Mr.K.A Lalithadheera
Director
TEL :011 2595679

Mr.S. Thanigaseelan
Assistant Director (Research)
TEL :011 3443509

Mrs.J.A.C.P.Jayasinghe
Assistant Director (Development)
TEL: 011 3443508