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Dr. Lakmini V. K. Jayatilake
Designation : Senior Lecturer (Grade I)
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Academic Qualifications

  • PhD (Management) University of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka 2013.
  • MPhil (Economics) University of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka 2004.
  • MBA (Business Administration) Asia e University, Malaysia 2016
  • Post Graduate Diploma in  Business Statistics, University of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka 2000.
  • BCom (Commerce) Special (First Class) Hons, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka 1994.

Teaching Interests

  • Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, Economics and Management

Research Interests

  • Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, Economics and Management

Research & Publications

Journal Articles – Published

  • Panditharathna K.M, and Jayatilake L.V.K (2017), The Government Policy on Foreign Direct Investment in Sri Lanka, IOSR Journal of Business and Management (IOSR-JBM), Volume 19, Issue 2, Ver 1(Feb 2017), pp 58-64, Online available at www.iosrjournals.org
  • HaggallaY,U, and Jayatilake L.V.K (2017), Study on Organizational Culture and Turnover Intention in International Information Technology Firms in Sri Lanka, International Journal of Scientific Research and Innovative Technology, Vol 4, No 2, February 28, Online available at www.ijsrit.com
  • Padmasiri M.K.D and Jayatilake L.V.K (2017), Application of Cognitive Behaviour Thearapy for Employee Retention, Asian Journal of Empirical Research, Volume 6(12), Online available at www.aessweb.com
  • Jayatilake L.V.K (2016), The Impact of Human Resource Practices Among Academic Staff on Work Performance through Job Satisfaction: The Case of State Universities in Sri Lanka, International Journal of Management and Applied Science, Volume 2, Issue 12. pp 181-185, Online available at ijmas.iraj.in
  • Rathnasooriya S.K and Jayatilake L.V.K (2016), Impact of Job Related Factors on Turn Over Intention of Operational Level Employees in Apparel Industry in Sri Lanka, IOSR Journal of Business and Management (IOSR-JBM),Volume 18, Issue 12 Ver III, pp 39-46, Online available at iosrjournals.org/iosr-jbm.html
  • Chandrawathie, P.G and Jayatilake L.V.K (2016), ‘Demand for Technical Education and the Structural Changes Introduced to the System of Technical Education in Sri Lanka’, International Journal of Scientific Research and Innovative Technology, Vol. 3, No.9, pp 1-14, September 2016, Available online at www.ijsrit.com.
  • Bandula P.M.K.U and Jayatilake L.V.K (2016), ‘Impact of Employee Commitment on Job Performance: Based on Leasing Companies in Sri Lanka’,International Journal of Arts and Commerce, Vol. 5, No. 8, 12 November 2016,pp 8-12 Available online at www.ijac.org.uk.
  • Adikaram D.S.R and Jayatilake L.V.K (2016), ‘Impact of Work Life Balance on Employee Job Satisfaction in Private Sector Commercial Banks of Sri Lanka’, International Journal of Scientific Research and Innovative Technology, Vol.3, No.11, November 30, 2016, Available online at www.ijsrit.com
  • Padmasiri M.K.D and Jayatilake L.V.K (2016), ‘Impact of Counselling on Employee Retention at the Exit Interview’, IOSR Journal of Business and ManagementVolum 18, Issue 11, Ver 111, November 2016, pp 28-36, Online available at www.iosrjournals.org.
  • Padmasiri M.K.D and Jayatilake L.V.K (2016), A Review of Employee Counselling, Kelaniya Journal of Human Resource Management, Vol.9, No. 01-January 2014 and No.02 July 2014, pp 83-94.
  • Karunarathna K.D.C and Jayatilake L.V.K. (2016), Influence on Gender on Leadership Styles and Effectiveness of Leader- (Study Based on Government University Administrative Staff of Sri Lanka, International Journal of Scientific Research and Innovative Technology, Vol. 3, issue 8, pp 63- 80. Available online at http:www.ijsrit.com.
  • Wimalasiri H.S and Jayatilake L.V.K. (2016), Extracurricular Activities and Achievements of Strategic Thinkers in Private Sector Compsnies in Sri Lanka, International Journal Of Arts and Commerce, Vol 5, Issue 4, pp 30-42, May 2016. Available online at http:www.ijac.org.uk.
  • Pathirana H. P. K. and Jayatilake L. V. K. (2016), An Empirical Study on the Job Attitudinal Factors Influencing the job Performance of Employees of the Securities and Exchange Commission in Sri Lanaka, International Journal of Recent Scientific Research, Vol 7, Issue 3, pp. 9738-9746, March 2016. Available online at http:www.recentscientific.com
  • Jayatilake L. V. K.(2016), Women Managers and their perceived Barriers for Upward Mobility in Public and Private Sectors with Special Reference to the Selected Services in Sri Lanka, International Journal of Scientific Research and Innovative Technology: ISSN:2313-3759, Vol 3, No.2, February 2016, pp. 64-77. Available online at http:www.ijsrit.com
  • Jayatilake, L.V.K. and Vithanage P. (2014), Background of the women in Employment in Sri Lanka, The Ruhuna University Journal of Social Sciences, Volume 1, Issue 1, March 2014, pp.292-309.
  • Jayatilake L.V.K.(2013), An Historical Perspective of the Women in Employment in Sri Lanka, Sri Lankan Journal of Banking and Finance An Endeavor to share knowledge, Volume 1, No 02, December 2013, pp.63-77.
  • Jayatilake L.V.K.(2013), Scientific Review of Literature Pertaining to Management Styles and Managerial Effectiveness, Wayamba Journal of Management, Volume 04, No 01, June 2013.
  • Jayatilake, L.V.K., Samantha Kumara P.A.P., PiyasiriWithanage., R. Lalitha S. Fernando., (2013), Women Managers and Their Personal Barriers for Upward Mobility in Private and Public Sectors, Kelaniya Journal of Management, 2(1), pp.92-112.
  • Jayathilake L.V.K., (2012), The Role of Foreign Direct Investments in Employment Generation in Sri Lanka, Journal of Insurance, 1(1), pp.23-35.
  • Jayatilake L.V.K, Fernando R.L.S., Samantha Kumara P.A.P., Vithanage P. (2012), Sri Lankan Women Managers and Their Situational Barriers: An Emerging Profile, Kelaniya Journal of Human Resource Management, Volume 07, Number 1, January 2012, pp.77-104.
  • Kumara K.K.W. and Jayatilake L.V.K. (2012), Factors Affecting to Risk of Women Employees Turnover in the Manufacturing Organizations in Sri Lanka: with Special Reference to Free Trade Zone, Kelaniya Journal of Management, Volume 7, Number 2, July 2012, pp.203-226.
  • Jayathilake, L.V.K., (2011), Work Experience and Satisfaction of Male and Female Lecturers: Sign’s of Progress, Wayamba Journal of Management, 2(2), pp.33-43.
  • Jayathilake L.V.K., Indrajith D.K.U., (2011), The Impact of Health and Safety Management on Employee’s Performance: with special reference to MAS Active Shadowline (Pvt) Ltd, Kelaniya Journal of Human Resource Management, 6(2), pp.167-194.
  • Jayathilake L.V.K., (2010), Sri Lankan Women Executives: Experiences of Work and Family, Kelaniya Journal of Human Resource Management, 5(1), pp.58-72.
  • Jayathilake, L.V.K., (2008), An Investigation of Sri Lankan Women Constructs of Leadership and Management Style, Kelaniya Journal of Human Resource Management, 3(2), pp.101-121.
  • Jayatilake, L.V.K. (2007) Gender Differences in Work Role Expectations and Emotional Exhaustion in Western Province Families in Sri Lanka, Kelaniya Journal of Human Resource Management, 2(2), pp.134-143.

Conference Proceedings

  • Wimalasiri H.S and Jayatilake L.V.K (2016), Factors Affect on Employee Turnover Intention: Special Reference to Machine Operators in Apparel Industry in Sri Lanka, 4th International Student Conference on Business ISCB-2016, Organized by the Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies, 18th November 2016, pp 19. (Abstract Published)
  • Ranwala R.S and Jayatilake L.V.K (2016), ‘Impact of Work Overload and Semester Based Work on Job Stress of Academic Staff in State Universities in Sri Lanka’, ABSTRACT, 4th International Student Conference on Business ISCB-2016, Organized by the Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies, 18th, November 2016,pp 19,University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka,.
  • Haggalla, Y and Jayatilake L.V.K (2016), ‘Study on Organizational Culture and Turnover-Intention in International IT Firms in Sri Lanka’, ABSTRACT, 4th International Student Conference on Business ISCB-2016, Organized by the Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies, 18th, November 2016,pp 20, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka,
  • Galappaththi S.S and Jayatilake L.V.K (2016), ‘Study the Factors Affecting to Employee Engagement (For Blue Collar Jobs) in Apparel Industry’, ABSTRACT, 4th International Student Conference on Business ISCB-2016, Organized by the Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies, 18th, November 2016, pp 25, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka,
  • Dahampath D.M.D.P.K and Jayatilake L.V.K (2016), Assessing the Impact of Human Resource Management Practices on Employee Job Performance: A Study on Partnership USCMT 2016, Proceedings, December 31 2016, Department of Commerce and Financial Management, Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies, University of Kelaniya, pp 23. (Abstract Published)
  • Dayaratne D.N.B.M and Jayatilake L.V.K (2016), The Relationship of Turnover Intention with Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment, USCMT 2016, Proceedings, December 31 2016, Department of Commerce and Financial Management, Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies, University of Kelaniya, pp 24. (Abstract Published)
  • Madushanka G.M and Jayatilake L.V.K (2016), HCM Effectiveness on Commercial Banks of Sri Lanka, USCMT 2016, Proceedings, December 31 2016, Department of Commerce and Financial Management, Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies, University of Kelaniya, pp 72. (Abstract Published)
  • Rodrigo D.P.P.H and Jayatilake L.V.K (2016), Factors Affecting on Consumer Attitude Towards Online Shopping in Sri Lanka, USCMT 2016, Proceedings, December 31 2016, Department of Commerce and Financial Management, Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies, University of Kelaniya, pp 110. (Abstract Published)
  • Rodrigo S.A.S.S and Jayatilake L.V.K and Saratchchandra K.S.H (2016), Impact of Performance Appraisal Satisfaction through Intrinsic Motivation on Employee Outcomes with Special Reference to Moratuwa Municipal Council, USCMT 2016, Proceedings, December 31 2016, Department of Commerce and Financial Management, Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies, University of Kelaniya, pp 112. (Abstract Published)
  • Danushika H.D and Jayatilake L.V.K (2016), The Impact of Employee Job Satisfaction and Job Commitment towards Employee Retention: The Case of Co-operative insurance Co. Ltd in Sri Lanka, USCMT 2016, Proceedings, December 31 2016, Department of Commerce and Financial Management, Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies, University of Kelaniya, pp 153. (Abstract Published)
  • Udalamatta N and Jayatilake L.V.K (2016), Factors Affecting on Employee Job Satisfaction: Special Reference to the Staff of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, USCMT 2016, Proceedings, December 31 2016, Department of Commerce and Financial Management, Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies, University of Kelaniya, pp 163. (Abstract Published)
  • Sanjeewani D.C and Jayatilake L.V.K (2016), Career Choice of Undergraduates and Graduates, USCMT 2016, Proceedings, December 31 2016, Department of Commerce and Financial Management, Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies, University of Kelaniya, pp 208. (Abstract Published)
  • Jayatilake L.V.K (2016), The impact of Human Resource Practices among Academic staff on Work Performance through Job Satisfaction: The Case of State Universities in Sri Lanka, International Conference on Advances in Business Management and Information Technology (ICABMIT), accepted to publication in www.theiier.org Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.(full paper published).
  • Padmasiri M.K.D and Jayatilake L.V.K (2016), Impact of Counselling on Employee Retention at the Exit Interviews: A Study of Machine Operators of a Leading apperal Organization, WinC 2016, Proceeding, Wayamba International Conference, Wayamba University of Sri Lanka, Kuliyapitiya, Sri Lanka, pp 94. (abstract published).
  • Jayatilake L. V. K.(2016), Job Satisfaction Factors among University Staff Officers in an Emerging Economy: The case of Sri Lanka, Advances in Applied Economic Research-Proceeding of the 2016, International Conference on Applied Economics (ICOAE 2016), accepted to publication in "Springer Proceedings in Business and Economics" Nicosia, Cyprus (full paper published)
  • Wimalasiri H. S. and Jayatilake L. V. K (2015), Support from Extra-Curricular Activities to Strategic Thinkers in Private Sector Companies: with Special Reference to Western Province in Sri Lanka, Third International Student Conference on Business (ISCB- 2015), Contemporary Business  Challenge-Young Researches' Perspective, Faculty of Commerce and Management Studies, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka.  (abstract published)
  • Jayatilake L.V.K., (2013), Approaches to Leadership and Self-Development among Executives of Sri Lankan Organizations, 6th Research Conference, Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka, pp. 4. (abstract published)
  • Jayatilake L.V.K., (2013), Occupational Safety and Health Management Effects on Employees Performance, 6th Research Conference, Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka, pp.35. (abstract published)
  • Jayathilake L.V.K., (2012), The Impact of 360 Degree Feedback on Managerial Performance Appraisals’, 5th Research Conference, Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka, pp.301-302. (abstract published)
  • Jayatilake L.V.K., (2012), Factors that Influence School Teachers’ Time Use, 5th Research Conference, Royal Asiatic of Sri Lanka, pp.182-183. (abstract published)
  • Jayathilake L.V.K., (2011), A Perceived Crisis in Leadership and Perception of the Glass Ceiling, International Conference on Business and Information 2011, University of Kelaniya, pp.60. (abstract published)
  • Jayatilake L.V.K., (2011), The Career Progression of Female Managers in the Sri Lankan Public Sector, 4th Research Conference, Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka, pp.239-240. (abstract published)
  • Jayatilake, L.V.K., Wijetunge W.A.D.S. (2010) Male and Female Perspective on the Academic Role, 12th International Conference on Sri Lanka Studies, Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka, pp.193. (abstract published)
  • Jayathilake, L.V.K., (2006), Women in Management; Public and Private Sectors as sites of advancement in Sri Lanka, 10th Anniversary International Symposium, the issues and challenges on the 20th century, Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka, P.238. (abstract published)
  • Jayathilake, L.V.K., (2005), The Decision Making Role of Women in the Public Sector of Sri Lanka, 10th International Conference on Sri Lankan Studies, University of Kelaniya, P.179. (abstract published)

Books and Book Chapters

  • Jayatilake L.V.K (2017), Job Satisfaction Factors among University Staff Officers in an Emerging Economy: the Case of Sri Lanka (3rd Chapter), Springer Proceedings in Business and Economics, SAGE Publication, India.
  • Jayatilake L.V.K (2017), Human Resource Management Related Case Studies, S. Godage Company Private Limited, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Research Studies

An independent research study on “The Role of Foreign Direct Investment in Export Promotion and Employment Generation in Sri Lanka” as a partial requirement of Post Graduate Diploma in Business Statistics, University of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka.

Awards

Awarded of scholarship for PhD degree under HETC project in year 2011.

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