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Ms. Jeewanthi Rathnasekara

Senior Lecturer (Grade II)
email:jeewanthi@kln.ac.lk 
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Academic Details

Academic Qualifications
  • MBA (C’bo)

  • B.Sc. (HRM) (USJ)

Teaching Interests
  • International HRM, Human Resource Management, Management. 
Research & Publications
Research Publications:

Publication

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Transformational Leadership and Employee Engagement in Hospitality Sector in Sri Lanka

[PDF] from journalofbusiness.org

The Impact of Emotional Labor on Emotional Exhaustion of Female Nurses in Sri Lanka

[PDF] from innovativeresearchpublication.com

Buddhism and organizational management: a review

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Keys to Effective Listening and Presenting: An Action Plan

[PDF] from academia.edu

Job demands and exposure to workplace bullying: a study of state universities in Sri Lanka

[HTML] from aessweb.com

The Impact of Emotional Labor on Emotional Exhaustion of Academics in State Universities of Sri Lanka

[PDF] from sljol.info

Exploring Generational Differences and Contents of Psychological Contract

[PDF] from researchgate.net

How Changes in Job Resources and Personal Resources Predict Employee Engagement

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Customer Satisfaction through Human Resource Management Empirical Evidences from Bank Customers in Colombo District

[PDF] from 192.248.32.11

Job Demands And Workplace Bullying: A Study In State Universities In Sri Lanka

[DOC] from researchgate.net

The Impact of Procrastination at Work on Employee Work Performance with special reference to Managerial Employees of MAS Holdings (Pvt) Limited, Sri Lanka

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Exploring The Relationship Between Supervisor’s Leadership And Subordinates’performance

[PDF] from semanticscholar.org


Book Chapter Publications:
  • Karunarathna, R. A. I. C, Thisera, T. J. R. & Jayarathna, S. M. D. Y. (2020). Presenting yourself- HR perspectives of impression management (pp.112 - 123). Sri Lanka. Department of Human Resource Management, University of Kelaniya.ISBN: 978-955-704-139-1

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