EFL 3PL is now certified as a Great Place to Work® exceeding the benchmark average of 85% of the Top 40 workplaces to gain a score of 94% on the Trust Index© Survey. EFL 3PL is Sri Lanka’s most advanced logistics provider, and has now excelled in 5 dimensions of the assessment criteria – Credibility, Respect, Fairness, Pride, and Camaraderie.
“We take immense pride to be certified as a Great Workplace in Sri Lanka,” Managing Director of EFL Saif Yusoof commented. “It underscores the fundamental priority of our company; to create a nurturing, safe and progressive workplace. We follow an Employee Safety First Policy that has enabled us to make people-centric decisions, even during an unprecedented global crisis such as COVID-19. It’s gratifying to know our efforts to empower and appreciate our employees for their unwavering commitment towards organizational success has earned us their trust and loyalty.”
EFL 3PL is a member in the global conglomerate Expolanka Holdings PLC, that capitalizes on 40 years of industry experience in a global supply chain that integrates the use of cutting-edge technology to offer logistics solutions in the FMCG, Apparel, Tech and Pharma industries. The team is a recipe of young individuals with an average age of 32 years and a growth mindset equating to a winning combination for a company that keeps check with the global industry best practices.
“At EFL 3PL, we are one big family,” CEO – Logistics, Sammy Akbar added. “We believe each individual has the right to experience, and responsibility to promote a culture of inclusivity and acceptance. We may not be able to control what is outside these walls, but we can always inspire transformation by remaining true to our ethos of human-centric innovation, supporting the ideas, aspirations and wellbeing of our people.”
The certification is endorsed over a 12-month period from July 2021 – June 2022. Great Place to Work® are pioneering experts in workplace culture, navigating over 10,000 businesses to construct a sustainable work environment by understanding essence of the workforce. The Great Place to Work survey allows over 11 million employees in 60+ countries voice their opinions regardless of race, sexual orientation, gender, role or race.