Oxford College of Business listed as a Best Workplace in Sri Lanka for the 9th consecutive year. - Oxford College of Business Sri Lanka

Oxford College of Business listed as a Best Workplace in Sri Lanka for the 9th consecutive year.

Oxford College of Business was listed as one of the top 50 Best Workplaces in Sri Lanka for 2022 and also won the Gold Award in Micro Enterprise Category in Sri Lanka.

“Being listed as one of Sri Lanka’s Best Workplaces for the 9th consecutive year is an incredible honor, and give all Glory and Honour to Christ alone” said Mr. Malindu Ranasinghe, Director/CEO of Oxford College of Business. “Recognition from our team members is one of the highest achievements we can receive. These awards exemplify OCB’s continued commitment to creating a “Best Places to Work” environment and culture. We have great leadership and are committed to furthering equity, diversity, inclusion and wellness. Our employees worked through many challenges during the pandemic and these awards confirm that we are continuing to achieve top marks as we deliver the best services possible for our residents.”

Founded in 2003, Oxford College of Business now employs about 73 employees. The company plans to hire roughly 30 more people by the end of this year. Positions to be filled include product development, operations and sales. In other words, Oxford College of Business is on the lookout for the best and brightest, wherever you are in Sri Lanka. While many businesses are scaling back due to macroeconomic factors, Oxford College of Business remains in growth mode.

“OCB’s culture is rooted in empathy, fulfilment and happiness, bringing one’s whole self to work, a commitment to work-life balance and superlative benefits. Despite a difficult year in so many ways, Oxford College of Business experienced significant growth and it’s all because of the tireless work of our dedicated and talented team. As satisfying as it is to deliver a quality higher education to our students, there’s something deeply rewarding about creating a work environment where everyone is welcome. We observe that young employees increasingly focus on a positive workplace culture, as well as flexibility. We address these preferences by consciously investing in numerous employee initiatives. We will keep building an inclusive, appreciative, and equal-opportunity workplace at Oxford College of Business and look into cultivating unforgettable moments that matter for all said Mrs. Lakshika De Silva, Director HR at Oxford College of Business.” 

To be considered the Best Workplace in Sri Lanka, companies must participate in the national Great Place to Work’s Survey. Confidential survey data that assesses employee experience in trust, innovation, company values, and leadership quantify each company’s performance. Companies are also assessed regarding their commitment to their creation of a For All workplace that includes all employees, regardless of their identity and background.