Royal Asiatic Society Sri Lanka Public Lecture on Royal Asiatic Society Sri Lanka Public Lecture “Reward Management Practices of Monasteries with Reference to the Epigraph of King Mahinda IV (1026-1042 CE)”
Posted on August 25th, 2016

Royal Asiatic Society Sri Lanka Public Lecture 

Reward Management Practices of Monasteries with Reference to the Epigraph of King Mahinda IV (1026-1042 CE)

on

Monday 29thAugust 2016 at 5.00 p.m.

by

Ms. Dinithi Padmasiri

Lecturer, Dept. of Human Resource Management, University of Kelaniya 

at the

GaminiDissanayake Auditorium

No. 96, AnandaCoomaraswamyMawatha, Colombo 07

ALL ARE WELCOME

With the origin of the mankind on the planet earth, Human Resource Management (HRM) was born. Simply said, HRM is managing people. HRM scholars have defined functions of HRM as people resourcing, learning and development, performance management, reward management, employee relations, and employee wellbeing (Armstrong & Taylor, 2014). Reward Management (RM) is recognized as one of the significant Human Resource Management (HRM) functions in the contemporary world. The research objectives were to examine the ancient reward management practices during 1026–1042 CE, and to compare today’s reward management practices with those in the ancient past. Findings reveal that ancient people managed their employees’ rewards successfully centuries before establishing reward management as a human resource management function in today’s business world.

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