Head, Senior Lecturer (Grade I)

Personal Profile

Name with designation: Dr(Mrs)M.G.G. Tharanganie

Contact Details: mggtharanganie@yahoo.com, geetha@sjp.ac.lk

Qualifications: PhD (University of Peradeniya); MBA (University of Colombo); B. Sc. Public Administration (Special) (USJP)

Certificate Courses Attended:
• Entrepreneurial University Transformation in South East Asia (2016), Indonesia.
• Human Resource Management in the Public Sector (2010), Malaysia.
• Strategic Management: Design and Implementation of Corporate Strategies. (2008) Maastricht School of Management, Netherlands.
• Certificate in Teaching in Higher Education (2002), Sri Lanka.

Teaching: Human Resource Management, Human Resource Development

Research Interests: Training, Career Management
Publications: Journals (Last Five Years)
• G.T Madagamage, B.F.N. Warnakulasooriya and H.V.A Wickramasuriya (2014), Factors Influencing Motivation to Transfer Training: An Empirical Study of a Government training Program in Sri Lanka, Tropical Agricultural Research, Vol: 26(1):12-25.
• G.T Madagamage, H.V.A Wickramasuriya and B.F.N Waranakulasooriya (2014), The Impact of Trainee Characteristics and Work Environmental Factors on Motivation to Learn, Asian Journal of Management Science and Education, Vol. 3(4) .
• G.T Madagamage (2013) The Impact of supervisory Support on Pre Training Self-Efficacy, Motivation to Learn and motivation to transfer, Journal of US- china Public Administration, Vol.10, No.3:320-330.
• G.T Madagamage (2013) The Influence on Career Commitment on Motivation to Learn and Motivation to Transfer, Asian Journal of Business and Management, vol.01, Issue 3:
Publications International Conferences (Last Five Years)
• G. T. Madagamage, G.D.N Perera, U.K Thalgaspitiya (2017) Career Management Practices in Sri Lanka: An Empirical Investigation, Annual International Conference on Recent Advances in Business, Economics, and Social Sciences and Humanities, Tokyo.
• G. T. Madagamage, G.D.N Perera, U.K Thalgaspitiya (2017) Development of a Conceptual Framework on Performance Management Practices in Sri Lankan Listed Companies, Annual International Conference on Recent Advances in Business, Economics, and Social Sciences and Humanities, Tokyo.
• Gunasekara, V.M and Tharanganie, M.G (2017) Family Responsibilities and Career Progression of Women Bankers: An Empirical Study in Galle District Private Sector Banks in Sri Lanka, 4th International HR Conference.
• G.T Madagamage and B.N.F Warnakulasooriya (2015) The Impact of Motivation to Learn and Motivation to Transfer Training: A Case of Government Sector Training Program in Sri Lanka, 4th International conference, National Institute of Development Administration, Bangkok Thailand
• G.T Madagamage, B.N.F Warnakulasooriya and H.V.A Wickramasuriya (2014) Factors Influencing Motivation to Transfer Training: An Empirical Study of a Government sector Training Program in Sri Lanka, 26th annual Congress, PGIA, university of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka.
• G. T. Madagamage (2012) Network of Asia Pacific Schools and Institute of Public Administration and Governance, Ninth International Conference, Sri Lanka
• D Jayantha and G.T Madagamage (2014) Determinants of Customer retention with Special Reference to Mobile Telecommunication Industry in Sri Lanka, 3rd International Conference on Management and Economics, University of Ruhuna

Awards and Scholarships (Last Five Years):
Research Award (2014) Research Council of USJ
Research Award (2015) Research Council of USJ
Research Award (2016) Research Council of USJ

National Contributions (Last Five Years)
• Resource Person, A/L Teacher Training programs Conducted by Ministry of Education, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
• Chief Examiner, G.C.E (A/L) Examination from 2013 to 2016

 

 

 

Dr. Geetha Tharanganie (Small)

Dr. Geetha tharanghanie

Senior Lecturer (Grade I)

Senior Professor

Personal Profile

Name with Designation: Senior Professor Dr. HHDNP Opatha

Contact Details: opatha@sjp.ac.lk hopatha@yahoo.com

Qualifications: BSc Bus Adm (Special) (USJ); MSc Bus Adm (HRM) (USJ);
MBA (Birmingham); Dip PM&IR (CTC); Dip Eng (CPM);
PhD (HRM) (UUM); Doc HRM (IIU); HMIPM (SL); CDBA (OXIM-UK)
DLit (SUSL)

Teaching: Human Resource Management, Human Relations: Interpersonal Skills, Human Resource Planning and Staffing, Advanced HRM, Human Values Management, Sustainable HRM

Research Interests: Personnel, Strategic, Green, and Social Aspects of HRM

Publications (Last Five Years): From 2013 to 2017
Local:
1. “Green Human Resource Management: A Simplified Introduction”, HR Dialogue-2013, Proceedings of HR Symposium, Department of HRM, Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, pp. 22-41.
2. “Human Resource Management and Competitive Advantage”, Charana Academic Journal, Association of Monks, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, 2013, Vo.5, pp. 521-538.
3. “Research Culture”, Proceedings of the 1st HR Conference 2014, Department of HRM, Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, pp. 1-11.
4. “The Mutual Role of Ability Emotional Intelligence and Trait Emotional Intelligence in achieving Desired Objectives of Individuals” with Weragoda, R.B.L., ICBM Conference Proceedings, 2014-PhD Consortium, Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, pp. 64-77.
5. “Work-Family Balance of Accounting Professionals in Sri Lanka”, with Perera, H., ICBM Conference Proceedings, 11th International Conference on Business Management, Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, 12 December 2014, pp. 285-304.
6. “Green Human Resource Management Practices: A Review”, with Anton Arulrajah, and N.N.J. Nawaratne, Sri Lankan Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of the Department of Human Resource Management, Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Vo.5 No. 1, 2015, pp. 1-16.
7. “The Mutual Role of Ability Emotional Intelligence and Trait Emotional Intelligence in Achieving Desired Objectives of Individual”, with R.B.L. Weragoda, Sri Lankan Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of the Department of Human Resource Management, Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Vo.5 No. 1, 2015, pp. 59-73.
8. “Integration between Practice of Strategic Human Resource Management and Organizational Strategy Process: View Points from CEOs and Heads of HR in Sri Lankan Firms” with T.L. Sajeevanie, and K. Dissanayake, Colombo Journal of Multi-Disciplinary Research, Faculty of Graduate Studies, University of Colombo, Vol.2 No. 1, 2015, pp. 136-163.
9. “Happiness: Hedonic and Eudemonic Perspectives and Dynamics”, with R.B.L. Weragoda, Proceedings of HR Dialogue-2015, Department of HRM, Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, pp. Vol.3 No.1, 2015, pp. 30-54.
10. “Role of ethical orientation of HRM in establishing an ethical organizational culture: A Literature review and implications”, with N.G.V.A. De Silva, Proceedings of 12th International Conference on Business Management, Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce, USJ, 8th December 2015, http:// ssrn.com/link/12th-ICBM-2015.html
11. “Presenteeism: Its importance, Conceptual Clarifications, and a Working Definition”, with Chandani Werapitiya, and R.L.S. Fenando, Proceedings of 12th International Conference on Business Management, Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce, USJ, 8th December 2015, http:// ssrn.com/link/12th-ICBM-2015.html
12. “Individual Character and its Dimensions: Directions for Empirical Investigation, with R.B.L. Weragoda, Proceedings of 12th International Conference on Business Management, Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce, USJ, 8th December 2015, http:// ssrn.com/link/12th-ICBM-2015.html
13. “Employee engagement: conceptual clarification from existing confusion and towards an instrument of measuring it”, with Y. Anuradha Iddagoda, and K.D. Gunawardana, Proceedings of 12th International Conference on Business Management, Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce, USJ, 8th December 2015, http:// ssrn.com/link/12th-ICBM-2015.html
14. “Towards a Sustainable Future: Reflections”, Sri Lankan Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of the Department of Human Resource Management, Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Vo.6 No. 1, 2016, pp. 1-12.
15. “Employee Green Performance of Job: A Systematic Attempt towards Measurement”, with Anton Arulrajah, and N.N.J. Nawaratne, Sri Lankan Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of the Department of Human Resource Management, Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Vo.6 No. 1, 2016, pp. 37-62.

 

International:

16. “A Comparison of Labour-Management Relationship between Malaysia and Sri Lanka” with Zakaria B.I., Journal JELAPANG, 1:1, June 2000, pp. 29-41.
17. “Towards Effective Worker Performance Evaluation: An Important Issue for the New Millennium”, with Mithani, D.M., NMIMS Management Review, XII:1, January-June 2000, pp.39-50.
18. “Towards Enhancement of Labour-Management Relationship in Sri Lanka and Malaysia: Suggestions, Issues and Challenges in the New Millennium”, with Zakaria, B.I, Proceedings of Seminar Pengurusan Alaf Baru (Seminar on New Millennium Management), Faculty of Business Management, National University of Malaysia (UKM), 17, August 2000, pp. 132-149.
19. “Towards Effective Employee Discipline Administration: Some Reflections” with Mithani, D.M., NMIMS Management Review, XII:2, July-December 2000, pp.39-50.
20. “Towards Effective Worker Grievance Handling: Some Reflections”, with Zakaria Ismail, International Journal of Management Studies (formally known as Jurnal Analisis), Universiti Utara Malaysia, 2001, Jilid 8 Bil, 1&2 Jan/Dis, pp. 111-128.
21. “An Empirical Investigation of Management-related Factors Contributing to Labour-Management Relationship in Manufacturing Firms in Sri Lanka” with Zakaria B. Ismail, Journal of NMIMS, Management Review, XIV: 1, January-June 2002, pp. 74-85.
22. “Are Labour Relations and Leadership Styles Significantly Associated? An Empirical Study in Ten Manufacturing Firms in Sri Lanka”, Utara Management Review, Journal of School of Management, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Vo. 4: No. 1, 2003, pp. 9-19.
23. “Grievances of Middle Managers: An Empirical Investigation into Perceptions of Commercial Bank Branch Managers in Sri Lanka”, with V.M. Akuratiyagamage, Journal of Management Research, Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi, Vo.4: No. 2, 2004, pp. 99-112.
24. “An Empirical Investigation of Union-related Factors Contributing to Labour-Management Relationship in Manufacturing Firms in Sri Lanka”, Sasin Journal of Management, Vo. 11, No. 1, 2005, pp.85-102.
25. “Human Resource Management Practices in Listed Firms in Sri Lanka” with Serasinghe D.K.S., Sasin Journal of Management, Vo. 17, No. 1, 2011, pp.18-35.
26. “Green Human Resource Management: Simplified Reflections” with Anton Arulrajah, (myself being the main author), International Business Research, Vo. 7, No. 8, 2014, pp. 101-112.
27. “Towards a Conceptualization and an Operationalization of the Construct of Employee Engagement” with Y. Anuradha Iddagoda and K.D. Gunawardana, International Business Research, Vo. 9, No. 2, 2016, pp. 85-98.
28. “Individual Character: Towards Empirical Investigation”, with R.B.L. Weragoda, International Business Research, Vo. 9, No. 7, 2016, pp. 55-63.
29. “Presenteeism: Its Importance, Conceptual Clarifications, and A Working Definition” with Chandani Werapitiya, and R.L.S. Fenando, International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research, Vo.7, No.2, 2016, pp.1489-1506.
30. “Towards Extending the Ethical Dimension of Human Resource Management”, with V.A.D. Silva and A.S. Gamage, International Business Research, Vo. 9, No. 10, 2016, pp. 152-161.
31. “Pragmatic Suggestions for improving the Practice of Strategic Human Resource Management: Perceptions from Top Management of Sri Lankan Listed Companies”, with T. L. Sajeevanie, and K. Dissanayeka, Proceedings of International Conference on Technology Management (ICTM 2016), Indiana State University, USA, pp. 160-165.
32. “Analytical and Theoretical Perspectives on Green Human Resource Management: A Simplified Underpinning”, with Anton Arulrajah, International Business Research, Vol.9, No. 12, 2016, pp. 153-164.
33. “Identified Research Gaps in Employee Engagement”, with Y. Anuradha Iddagoda, International Business Research, Vol. 9, No. 2, 2016, pp. 63-73.
34. “Quality of Work Life, Job Satisfaction, and the Facets of the Relationship between the Two Constructs”, with Ramawickrama, J and PushpaKumari, M.D, International Business Research, Vol.10, No. 02, 2017, pp. 167-182.
35. “A Synthesis towards the Construct of Job Performance”, with Ramawickrama, J and PushpaKumari, M.D, International Business Research, Vol.10, No. 10, 2017, pp. 66-81.

 

Awards and Scholarships (Last Five Years): From 2013 to 2017
1 Award of Honour for the contributions given to HRM education and particularly to MBA and other postgraduate programs offered by University of Colombo, Sri Lanka at the 8th International Conference on Management and Finance-2013 (held on 13/12/2013), Faculty of Management and Finance, University of Colombo.
2 Award named “Uththama Purusa Upaharaya (Great Man Felicitation)” for teaching to university students more than 25 years without leaving the motherland conferred by Sri Jayewardenepura University Business Administration Graduates Foundation 1987/88, 88/89 at the Berjaya Mount Royal Beach Hotel (28/12/2013).
3 Research Award in recognition of achieving the highest h-index in the Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce for the year-2014 at the Awarding Ceremony held on 18th November 2015 (Presented by the Research Council of USJ and there was only one award per the Faculty). There were 165 academics in the Faculty in 2014.
4 Research Award in recognition of achieving the highest citations in the Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce for the year-2014 at the Awarding Ceremony held on 18th November 2015 (Presented by the Research Council of USJ and there was only one award per the Faculty). There were 165 academics in the Faculty in 2014.
5 The book titled “Enhancing Your Personal Q” written by me as the main author and Associate Professor Lim Kong Teong of Universiti Utara Malaysia was selected as The Best Book under The General/Common Book (Motivational) Category of the National Book Award 2015 awarded by the National Book Development Foundation, Malaysia. The reward ceremony was held on 25/11/2015 at Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur.
6 Research Award in recognition of achieving the highest h-index (the first place) in the Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce for the year-2015 at the Awarding Ceremony held on 19th September 2016 (Presented by the Research Council of USJ and there were three awards per the Faculty). There were 169 academics in the Faculty in 2015.
7 Research Award in recognition of achieving the highest citations in the Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce for the year-2015 at the Awarding Ceremony held on 19th September 2016 (Presented by the Research Council of USJ and there were three awards per the Faculty). There were 169 academics in the Faculty in 2015.
8 Research Award in recognition of achieving the highest h-index (the first place) in the Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce for the year-2016 at the Awarding Ceremony held on 29th September 2017 (Presented by the Research Council of USJ and there were three awards per the Faculty). There were 166 academics in the Faculty in 2016.
9 Research Award in recognition of achieving the highest citations (the first place) in the Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce for the year-2016 at the Awarding Ceremony held on 29th September 2017 (Presented by the Research Council of USJ and there were three awards per the Faculty). There were 166 academics in the Faculty in 2016.

 

National Contribution: From 2013 to 2017
Textbooks and Scholar Books
1. Personality Development, 2014, HETC Project, Ministry of Higher Education, Sri Lanka.
2. Soft Skills, 2014, HETC Project, Ministry of Higher Education, Sri Lanka.
3. Enhancing Your Personal Q, with Prof. Lim Kong Teong (myself being the main author), 2014, UUM Press, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Malaysia.
4. Organizational Behaviour: the human side of work, 2015, Department of Human Resource Management, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka (the first Sri Lankan English Medium textbook on OB having A4 size 672 pages and 14 chapters).

Many workshops for developing managers and professionals were conducted. Served as a chairperson, reviewer, and editor at research sessions/conferences at national level; quality assurance reviewer and advisor, member of the various boards of management, adjudicator of appointing university associate professors/professors both at international level and local level; evaluator of PhD theses (both local and international); keynote speaker at conferences, and a co-chair at conference.
Consultancy Undertaken:
Developed HRM schemes for several organizations and served as an external performance evaluator for a large state sector bank

Senior Prof. HHDNP Opatha (Small)

 

Senior Prof. HHDNP Opatha

Senior Professor

Senior Professor

Prof. Hemantha Kottawatta (Small)

 

Prof. Hemantha Kottawatta

Professor

Senior Lecturer (Grade I)

Dr BJH Archchighe (Small)

Dr. BJH Arachchighe

Senior Lecturer (Grade I)

Senior Lecturer (Grade I)

 

Dr. Aruna S Gamage

Senior Lecturer (Grade I)

Senior Lecturer (Grade I)

Mrs. CK Batagoda (Small)

Mrs. CK Batagoda

Senior Lecturer (Grade I)

Senior Lecturer (Grade I)

Dr. P. Jayasekara (Small)

Dr. P. Jayasekara

Senior Lecturer (Grade I)

Senior Lecturer (Grade I)

Personal Profile

Name with Designation: Dr. (Mrs)G.D.N.Perera

Contact Details: dinokagnp@sjp.ac.lk

Qualifications: BSc HRM (Special) (USJ); MSc (USJ); PhD (MSU), CTHE(Colombo)

Teaching: Human Resource Management, Safety and Health, Performance Management

Research Interests: Personnel, Strategic, Safety and Health, Performance Management

Publications (Last Five Years): From 2013 to 2017
Research gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Dinoka_Perera Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=2sBZRz8AAAAJ

Journals
• G.D.N. Perera,U. K. Thalgaspitiya and L. Wijewardene (2017). The Impact of Human Resource Information Systems on Human Resource Management Effectiveness: A Study in Selected Large Apparel Firms in theWestern Province of Sri Lanka, IJRDO-Journal of Applied Management Science, Vol:3 Issue 12, ISSN: 2455-9229,p24-35.

• Wickramarachchi, D.R. and Perera, G.D.N.(2016).Impact of Big Five Personality on Work Family Balance among Academics of Selected Public Universities in Western Province, Sri Lanka, Human Resource Management Journal, Vol: 4 Issue 1, ISSN: 2012-7337.p53-71.

• G.D.N. Perera and L. Wijewardene (2016).Determinants of Job Satisfaction among Management Faculty Academics in Selected Public Universities in the Western Province of Sri Lanka. IOSR Journal of Business and Management – Volume 18, Issue 10. Ver. V . ISSN: 2319-7668. PP 130-134 .

• Balasuriya, B.L.L.A and Perera, G.D.N (2016). The Impact of Personality on Job Satisfaction: A Study of Executive Employees in Selected Private Hospitals in Colombo East, Sri Lanka. IJRDO-Journal of Business Management. Volume-2 Issue-12. ISSN: 2455-6661.p 7-15.

• Gamage Dinoka Nimali Perera, Mada Gamage Geetha Tharanganie and Udayangani Kumari Thalgaspitiya (2016).Performance Management Practices in Listed Companies from Sri Lanka. Expert Journal of Business and Management, Volume 4, Issue 2, ISSN 2344-6781.pp. 118-123.

• Neil Bogahalande, Siong Choy CHONG, Ali Khatibi and Gamage Dinoka Nimali Perera(2015) Influence of Leadership Style and Organisational Culture on Innovativeness in the Sri Lankan Plantation Sector, International Journal of Recent Advances in Organizational Behaviour and Decision Sciences (IJRAOB) Vol: 1 Issue 4, ISSN: 2311-3197.p587-604

• G.D.N.Perera, Prof. Dr. Ali Khatibi, Dr.N.N.J. Navarathna and Prof. Dr. Karuthan Chinna (2014), “Job Satisfaction and Job Performance among Factory Employees in Apparel Sector”, Asian Journal of Management Science & Education, Vol. 3, No.1,page:96-104,ISSN: 2186-8441.

• G.D.N.Perera, Prof. Dr. Ali Khatibi, Dr.N.N.J.Navarathna and Prof. Dr. Karuthan Chinna (2013), “Gap Analysis of Employee-Organization Congruence Factors: Perspective of Factory employees in Sri Lankan Apparel Sector”, International Journal of Academic Research in Management, Vol. 2, No. 3, Page: 55-66, ISSN: 2296-1747.

• G.D.N.Perera, Prof. Dr. Ali Khatibi and Dr.N.N.J.Navarathna (2013), “Employee-Organization Congruence and Job Performance: Development of a Conceptual Model”, Global Disclosure of Economics and Business Journal, Vol.2, issue 4, Page: 116-124, ISSN 2305-9168.

• G.D.N.Perera, Prof. Dr. Ali Khatibi and Dr.N.N.J.Navarathna (2013), “Perceived Employee-Organization Congruence and Job performance: A study of machine operators in Sri Lankan Apparel Sector”, South Asian Academic Research Journal, Vol.3, issue 1, Page: 117-128, ISSN 2249-877X.

 

International Conferences
• U. K. Thalgaspitiya ,G.D.N. Perera and M. G. G. Tharanganie(2017)
The Impact of Employer Branding on Retention among Executive Employees in Domestic Dairy manufacturing companies in Sri Lanka, 4th International Conference on Agro-Industry (4th ICoA) jointly organized by the International University of Japan, Niigata and Universitas Gadjah Mada, Jogjakartha, Indonesia.

• M. G. G. Tharanganie ,U. K. Thalgaspitiya and G.D.N. Perera(2017) Career Management Practices in Sri Lanka. Annual International Conference on recent Advances in Business, Economics, and Social Sciences and Humanities (RBESH-OCT-2017)” at TKP Tokyo Ekimae Conference center.Vol: 1No 2, ISBN: 978-969-670-825-4.p.22.

• G.D.N. Perera M. G. G. Tharanganie and U. K. Thalgaspitiya (2017)Development of Conceptual Framework on Performance Management Practices in Sri Lankan Listed companies. Annual International Conference on recent Advances in Business, Economics, and Social Sciences and Humanities (RBESH-OCT-2017)” at TKP Tokyo Ekimae Conference center ,Vol: 1No 2, ISBN: 978-969-670-825-4.p.21.

• Kaushalya, R.K.N and Perera, G.D.N(2017), The Impact of Work Life Balance on Employee Turnover Intention in Selected Private Banks in Colombo District, Sri Lanka, 4th International HR Conference, Vol: 4 No1, ISSN: 2420-7608.

• Abeynayaka, M.S and Perera, G.D.N(2017), The Impact of Stress on Job Performance: A Study of Executive Employees in Selected Private Banks in Colombo District, Sri Lanka,4th International HR Conference, Vol: 4 No1, ISSN: 2420-7608.

• Weligalle, W.P.Y.H and Perera, G.D.N(2017), The Impact of Occupational Health and Safety on Job Performance of Operational Level Employees in Selected Small Scale Apparel Firms in Kurunegala District, Sri Lanka,4th International HR Conference, Vol: 4 No1, ISSN: 2420-7608.

• Maheesha,M.J.F and Perera, G.D.N(2017), The Impact of Incentive Programs on Job Performance: A Study of Office Employees in Selected Manufacturing Companies in Colombo District, Sri Lanka,4th International HR Conference, Vol: 4 No1, ISSN: 2420-7608.

• ArunaKanthi, M.W.D and Perera, G.D.N(2017), The Impact of Welfare Facilities on Job Satisfaction: A Study of Machine Operators in Selected Medium Size Apparel Industry in Rathnapura District, Sri Lanka, 4th International HR Conference, Vol: 4 No1, ISSN: 2420-7608
• Kularathna, W.K.H.U and Perera, G.D.N. (2016), The Impact of Safety and Health on Job Satisfaction in Selected Branches of Utility Service Supply Organization in Western Province North in Sri Lanka. 3rd International HR Conference, Vol: 3 No1, ISSN: 2420-7608.
• Madusanka, W.A.G.N and Perera, G.D.N. (2016),The Impact of Welfare Facilities on Job Satisfaction among Team Leaders in Off Road Tyre Manufacturing Industry. 3rd International HR Conference, Vol: 3 No1, ISSN: 2420-7608.
• Mihiravi, D.P and Perera, G.D.N. (2016), Impact of Occupational Safety and Health Practices on Job Satisfaction: A Study in Selected Large Scale Apparel Firms in Colombo District. . 3rd International HR Conference, Vol: 3 No1, ISSN: 2420-7608.
• Sewwandi, D.V.S. and Perera, G.D.N. (2016), The Impact of Job Stress on Turnover Intention: A Study of Reputed Apparel Firm in Sri Lanka. 3rd International HR Conference, Vol: 3 No1, ISSN: 2420-7608.
• Wijesooriya, W.M.C.N and Perera, G.D.N. (2016), Impact of Psychological Contract on Job Behavior of Non- Executive Employees in Selected Government Organizations in Sri Lanka. 3rd International HR Conference, Vol: 3 No1, ISSN: 2420-7608.
• Chandrasekara, C.M.B.R.D. and Perera, G.D.N (2016).The Effect of Recruitment Practices on Employee Retention in Selected Large Scale Apparel Firms in Kandy District, Sri Lanka.. 3rd International HR Conference, Vol: 3 No1, ISSN: 2420-7608.
• G.D.N.Perera and N.A.D.H. Almeida, The Impact of Welfare on Job Satisfaction among Non-Managerial Employees in the Apparel Industry in Sri Lanka, (2015) 2nd International HRM Conference, Vol: 2 No1, ISSN: 2420-7608.
• G.D.N.Perera and M.A.D.T Premarathne, The Effect of Welfare on Employee Retention in a Selected Company in Sri Lanka, (2015) 2nd International HRM Conference, Vol: 2 No1, ISSN: 2420-7608.
• G.D.N.Perera and U.K.Thalgaspitiya (2015) The Mediating Effect of Job Satisfaction on Employee – Organization Congruence and Job Performance: A Study of Factory Level Employees in the Sri Lankan Large Apparel Sector, 4th International conference, National Institute of Development Administration, Bangkok Thailand.

• G.D.N.Perera and U.K.Thalgaspitiya (2015) Academic’s Perceptions of Quality Assurance System: A Study of Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce, University of Sri Jayewardenepura in Sri Lanka, 4th International conference, National Institute of Development Administration, Bangkok Thailand.

• G.D.N.Perera (2014) Impact of Employee-Organization Congruence on Job Satisfaction and Job Performance among Factory Employees in the Sri Lankan Large Apparel Sector, The 1st HR Conference, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka.

• G.D.N.Perera, H. Kariyawasam and Lishanthi Wijewardena (2013) Factors affecting the Adoption of Internet Banking among Sri Lankan Customers, International Conference on Marketing, Sri Lanka.

 

Awards and Scholarships (Last Five Years): From 2013 to 2017
1 Research Award for the year-2014 Presented by the Research Council of USJ at the Awarding Ceremony held on 18th November 2015.
2 Research Award for the year-2015 Presented by the Research Council of USJ at the Awarding Ceremony held on 19th September 2016.
3 Research Award for the year-2016 Presented by the Research Council of USJ at the Awarding Ceremony held on 29th September 2017.

Dr. Dinoka Pepera (Small)

 

Dr. Dinoka Perera

Senior Lecturer (Grade I)

Senior Lecturer (Grade I)

Personal Profile

Name with designation: Dr(Mrs) Udayangani Kumari Thalgaspitiya

Contact Details: uktal@sjp.ac.lk

Qualifications:
• PhD- Shobhit-India
• Master of International Relations -International University of Japan
• B.Sc. Management (Public) Special degree – University of Sri Jayewardenepura
• The MSM executive Program in Management (specialized on Organizational Culture and Management) at Maastricht University Netherlands
• Higher Certificate in Guidance and Counseling – Institute of Psychology and Counseling, Colombo

Teaching: Human Resource Management, International Human Resource Management

Research Interests: Human Resource Management

Publications (Last Five Years):

• The Impact of Employer Branding on Retention among executive employees in domestic dairy manufacturing companies in Sri Lanka
• Development of a Conceptual Framework on Performance Management Practices in Sri Lankan Listed Companies
• Career Management Practices in Sri Lanka: An Empirical Investigation
• Impact of Perceived Organizational Support for Work Life Balance on the Job Outcomes of the Dual Career Couples in Private Sector Banks in Colombo, Sri Lanka

• Investigation of Barriers on Glass Ceiling Effect among Female Executive Employees in a Selected Large Apparel Industry in Sri Lanka

• Impact of Work and Family Life Balance on Job Engagement of Machine Operators of the Apparel Sector in Dehiowita Divisional Sector, Kegalle District in Sri Lanka

• Academic’s Perceptions of Quality Assurance System: A Study of Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce, University of Sri Jayewardenepura in Sri Lanka

• The Mediating Effect of Job Satisfaction on Employee – Organization Congruence and Job Performance: A Study of Factory Level Employees in the Sri Lankan Large Apparel Sector
• Quality Assurance Systems: An Evaluative Study of Selected Public Quoted Manufacturing Firms in United Arab Emirates

Awards and Scholarships (Last Five Years): Annual Research Award USJP- 2014, 2015 & 2016

 

 

Mrs. UK Thalgaspitiya (Small)

 

Dr. UK Thalgaspitiya

Senior Lecturer (Grade I)

Senior Lecturer (Grade I)

Personal Profile

Name with Designation: Senior Lecturer (Grade 1) Dr. NWKDK Dayarathna

Contact Details: dushar@sjp.ac.lk

Qualifications: PhD (HRM) La Trobe (Australia); MSc. (HRM) SJP; PG. Cert. (HRM) PIM; B. Mgt. (HRM) Kelaniya; CTHE (Colombo)

Teaching: Human Resource Management, High Performance Work Systems, Research Design

Research Interests: Human Resource Management and High Performance Work Systems

Publications:
Local:
1. Cooray, V. and Dayarathna, N.W.K.D.K. (2017) Aligning High Performance Work Systems with Internal Organizational Context: Case Studies from Sri Lankan IT Companies. Sri Lankan Journal of HRM, 7 (1).

2. Dayarathna, N.W.K.D.K. (2017) Human Resource Management System Strength. One Hour Reading on HRM, 1 (1).

3. Dayarathna, N.W.K.D.K. and Dilhani, W.G.N. (2016) Impact of Work Life Balance Practices on Employee Performance of Female Machine Operators in the Sri Lankan Apparel Sector. Human Resource Management Journal, 4(1).

4. Dayarathna, N.W.K.D.K. and Nanayakkara M.K.N.P. (2016) Turnover Intention of Non-Executive Level Employees in Selected Super Markets in Colombo in Sri Lanka. Human Resource Management Journal, 4(1).

5. Dayarathna, N.W.K.D.K. and Welikala, D. S. M. (2015) The Impact of Emotional Intelligence on Employee Job Performance: An Empirical Study base on the Commercial Banks in Central Province. Human Resource Management Journal, 3(1).

6. Dayarathna, N.W.K.D.K. (2015) The Effect of High Performance Work System Strength on Organizational Performance in the Banking Industry in Sri Lanka, FMSC Research Symposium 2015, Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce, Sri Lanka.

7. Dayarathna, N.W.K.D.K. (2014) The Effect of High Performance Work Systems on Organizational Performance: A Case Study of Two Commercial Banks in Sri Lanka, Annual Research Symposium 2014, National Centre for Advanced Studies, Sri Lanka.

8. Dayarathna, N.W.K.D.K. (2012) Do High Performance Work Systems Pay Off in Asia? 9th International Conference on Business Management (ICBM) 2012, Faculty of Management Studies & Commerce, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka.

International

09. Dayarathna, N.W.K.D.K. (2014) Lessons from World’s Top Achievers,Thunderbird International Business Review , 56 (4).

10. Dayarathna, N.W.K.D.K. (2011) The Effect of High Performance Work System Strength on Organizational Effectiveness in the Banking Industry in Sri Lanka, 2011 Research Student Colloquium, School of Business, Faculty of Business, Economics & Law, La Trobe University, Australia.

11. Dayarathna, N.W.K.D.K. (2010) High Performance Work System Strength and Organizational Effectiveness: A Case Study of Three Sri Lankan Banks, 2010 Research Student Colloquium, School of Management, Faculty of Law and Management, La Trobe University, Australia.

12. Dayarathna, N.W.K.D.K. (2010) High Performance Work System Strength and Organizational Effectiveness: A Case Study of Three Sri Lankan Banks, 2010 Orientation to Research Seminar, Academic Language & Learning Unit, La Trobe University, Australia.

13. Dayarathna, N.W.K.D.K. (2010) High Performance Work System Practices in Privately Owned Sri Lankan Banks, 24th Annual ANZAM 2010 Conference, Adelaide, Australia.

14. Dayarathna, N.W.K.D.K. (2009) High Performance Work Systems and Customer Service Effectiveness in the Sri Lankan banking sector, 2009 Research Student Colloquium, School of Management, Faculty of Law and Management, La Trobe University, Australia.

15. Dayarathna, N.W.K.D.K. (2009) High Performance Work Systems and Customer Service Effectiveness in the Sri Lankan banking sector, ANZAM Doctoral Conference, Victoria University, Australia.

National Contribution:
Textbooks 
1. Dayarathna, N.W.K.D.K. (2018) Manawa Sampath Kalamanakaranaya-Nayaya saha bhavithaya.5th edition, S.Godage International Publisher, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

2. Dayarathna, N.W.K.D.K. (2018) Human Resource Information Systems, 2nd edition, S.Godage International Publisher, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

3. Dayarathna, N.W.K.D.K. (2018) High Performance Work Systems, 1st edition, Author Publication, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

4. Dayarathna, N.W.K.D.K. (2018) Research Ethics, 1st edition, Author Publication, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

5. Dayarathna, N.W.K.D.K. (2015) Research Design for Beginners, 3rd edition, S.Godage International Publisher, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Many seminars and workshops for developing professionals and students have been  conducted. Served as a panel member/reviewer at research sessions/conferences. And also served as an editor /reviewer in curriculum revisions and journals. Evaluator of PhD and MBA theses. Keynote speaker at conferences.

 

 

Dr. NWKDK Dayarathna

Senior Lecturer (Grade I)

 

Senior Lecturer (Grade I)

Personal Profile

Name with designation: Senior Lecturer Dr. T.L.Sajeevanie

Contact Details: Mobile; 0719021130 Email; tllasanthi@gmail.com / tlsajeevanie@sjp.ac.lk
Address; D/112, Ambalangoda, Polgasovita, Sri Lanka

Qualifications:

Educational:
• PhD in Management – University of Colombo, Faculty of Graduate Studies – 2015

(Practice of Strategic Human Resource Management and Organizational Effectiveness: A Nomological Network in Sri Lankan Listed Companies’ Context)
Supervised by Senior Prof. H.H.D.N.P. Opatha, and Dr. K. Dissanayeka
• M. Sc in (HRM) Management -University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka -2007
• B. Sc. Human Resource Management (Special) Degree- University of Sri
Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka- 2000

• Successfully completed the training programme on “Educational Technology for Teachers of Faculty of Management Studies & Commerce” – University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka – 2005
• Successfully completed the course of study leading to the award of the Certificate in Teaching in Higher Education – University of Colombo – 2007
• Diploma in Computer Based Accountancy & E- Commerce – Technical Engineering College – 2001
• Intermediate Level – The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka – 1999

Experience:
• Senior Lecturer since 2007 to up-to-date – Department of Human Resource Management, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Nugegoda, Sri Lanka

• Lecturer – Department of Human Resource Management, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Nugegoda, Sri Lanka. 2001-2007

• Human Resource Manager – Tri-Star Apparel Export Pvt Ltd. – 2000-2001

Teaching:
• Human Resource Management, Strategic Human Resource Management, Interpersonal Skills Development, Self and Professional Development, Personal and Social Responsibility, Time Management.

Research Interests:
• Human Resource Management, Strategic Human Resource Management, Interpersonal Skills Development, Self and Professional Development, Personal and Social Responsibility, Time Management.

Publications (Last Five Years):
• Dabare, A.U.H. and Sajeevanie, T.L. (2014). Impact of work values on Job Involvement and Organizational commitment of non – executive employees in the Apparel Industry in Sri Lanka. Journal of Human Resource Management.
• Sajeevanie, T.L. (2015).Strategic Human Resource Management and Theoretical Background: A Critical Review Perspective- Third Asia Pacific Conference on Global Business, Economics, Finance and Banking – Singapore.
• Sajeevanie, T.L. (2015). Integration between practice of SHRM and Organization strategy process: View points from CEOs and Head of HR. Colombo Journal of Multi –Disciplinary Research.
• Sulochana, K.A.B. and Sajeevanie T.L. (2015). The Impact of Human Resource Information System on Human Resource Management: A study in Large Scale Group of Company in Sri Lanka. Human Resource Management Journal.
• Sajeevanie, T.L., Opatha, H.H.D.N.P. and Dissanayeka, K. (2016). Pragmatic Suggestions for improving the Practice of Strategic Human Resource Management: Perception from Top Management of Sri Lankan Listed Companies. Proceedings of International Conference on Technology Management, Chicago, USA.
• Jayalal,K.L.C. and Sajeevanie T.L. (2016) Study on Impact of Organisational Justice on Organizational Commitment in selected Two semi-Government Organizations in Sri Lanka. Proceedings of International HR conference,
• Keenawinna, K, and Sajeevanie T.L. (2016). Impact of Glass Ceiling on Career Development of Women: A Study of Women Branch Managers in State owned Commercial Banks in Sri Lanka. Proceedings of International HR conference,
• Sajeevanie T.L., (2017). Time Management Skills and Academic Success of the State University Lecturers in Sri Lanka. Business, Economics, Social Sciences and Humanities, Tokyo, Japan.

Awards and Scholarships (Last Five Years):
• ACU Early Careers Grants, (2015) Association of Commonwealth Universities, London, UK.
• Research grants to be awarded in 2009 to probationary & senior academic grades to obtain doctoral qualifications locally – University Grants Commission, Sri Lanka.
• Research grant (2015) – Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce

 

 

Dr. TL Sajeewanie (Small)

 

Dr. TL Sajeewanie

Senior Lecturer (Grade I)

Senior Lecturer (Grade I)

Mrs. KAC Chandrika (Small)

 

Mrs. KAC Chandrika

Senior Lecturer (Grade II)

Lecturer (Probationary)

 

Mr. Chanaka Piyasena (Small)

Mr. Chanaka Chameera

Lecturer (Probationary)