Once again, NOLIMIT among Sri Lanka’s top 25 companies to work for in 2018

Posted On 17 Jul 2018
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The country’s leading fashion chain, NOLIMIT has achieved the accolade of being listed among the top 25 best companies to work for in Sri Lanka for three consecutive years in the study conducted by Great Place to Work Institute in partnership with LMD business magazine and the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce.  The stringent criteria for being named a top tier company to work for means fulfilling a series of tough credentials including scoring high on trust, pride and fellowship.

The global study is the largest of its kind and was conducted for the sixth time in Sri Lanka by the Great Place to Work Institute. This achievement positions NOLIMIT as a company where employees are contented and take pride in what they do. NOLIMIT has culturally diverse employees and the management has proved to be caring, concerned and actively developing the people through training while enhancing the corporate brand.

The company has won the accolade for being the most diversified workforce in appreciation of its many employee-centric practices. In addition, the company has received several coveted awards including the Brand Excellence in Retail Award and the Certificate of Merit for Marketing Campaign of the Year from CMO Asia Awards presented in Singapore in recognition of proven Excellence in Branding & Marketing.   NOLIMIT has also won Silver Awards at the prestigious SLITAD People Development Awards held by the Sri Lanka Institute of Training & Development.

Riswan Mohammed, Manager – Human Resources at NOLIMIT commented, “At NOLIMIT we strive to value a culturally diverse workforce which has enabled us to retain the best talent and that has been our strength.  We have proved to be a caring employer and has successfully built a strong foundation of trust that is evident in this study proving once again that NOLIMIT is indeed a Great Place to Work®”.

NOLIMIT has several salient qualities that keep employees happy and contented.  One is the strong teamwork among the staff who have been extensively trained to exceed service expectations.  Another important feature that NOLIMIT takes pride in is its ability to develop local brands and this has undoubtedly helped to win the hearts and minds of their loyal customers.

Amjad Hassan, General Manager of NOLIMIT pointed out that the company has over two decades of experience catering to Sri Lanka’s ever changing trends in clothing and fashion, providing a high quality shopping experience for the nation, primarily targeting families.  “Our employees are proud to see the stores progressing and take ownership of our success” he stressed.

The fashion chain commenced business 25 years ago in 1992.  Today it has grown to 21 showrooms across the country. The Company’s portfolio consists of NOLIMIT, its flagship brand which caters to the family fashion requirement, Glitz the lifestyle brand, PALLU, exclusively for ethnic wear and Y PAYMORE – a warehouse outlet catering to budget conscious customers.  The Company provides employment for over 1800 Sri Lankans with a total of over 325,000 square feet of retail space making it one of the largest retail chains in the country.

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