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Dr. Indumathi Welmilla

Senior Lecturer (Grade I)
e-mail:iwelmilla@kln.ac.lk 
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Academic Details

Academic Qualifications
  • Ph.D (Kel’ya)

  • M.Com. (Kel’ya)

  • B.Com. (USJ)

Teaching Interests
  • Mathematics, Business Statistics, Research Methodology, Human Resource Management, Quantitative Techniques.
Research & Publications
Research Publications:

Publication

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The impact of demographic factors of entrepreneurs on development of SMEs in tourism industry in Sri Lanka

[DOC] from researchgate.net

A comparative study of corporate social responsibility in the developed and developing countries

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Human Resources Challenges in Apparel Industry in Sri Lanka

[PDF] from journalofbusiness.org

Role Demand and Work -life Balance Experiences in Sri lanakn Women Employees in Different Ethnic Groups: A conceptual Framework

[PDF] from researchgate.net

                                    

Effect of Employee Welfare Facilities on Employee Retention: A study of Cabin Crew Employees in Sri Lankan Airlines

[PDF] from researchgate.net

The impact of budget related behaviour onthe performance of companies in Sri Lanka

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The corporate social responsibilities in Sri Lankan universities

[PDF] from uow.edu.au

Students’ Perspective on the Emotional Intelligence of Teachers on Student Engagement

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Role Demands and Work-Life Balance of Women Academics in Sri Lanka: The Moderating Effect of Ethnicity

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The Moderating Effect of Ethnicity on Relationship between Role Demands and Work-Life Balance among Women Lecturers in Sri Lanka

[PDF] from researchgate.net

Social and environmental responsibility in the universities in Sri Lanka?

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Green Employee Engagement

[PDF] from researchgate.net

The Significant Impact of Family Responsibility on Women’s Career Development: Study based on Staff Level Employees of Private Sector Organization in Gampaha District, Sri Lanka

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Impact of Internal Communication on Employee Engagement: An Empirical Investigation of Operational Level Employees in the Apparel Industry

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Generation Gap and the Conflicts of the Government Organizations: An empirical study with reference to the Ceylon Petroleum Storage Terminal Limited

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Book Chapter Publications:
  • Welmilla, I. &  Ranasinghe, V. R. (2020). Green employee engagement (pp.77 - 86). Sri Lanka. Department of Human Resource Management, University of Kelaniya.ISBN: 978-955-704-139-1.

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