The Employers’ Federation of Ceylon (EFC) was established in 1929 as an organization of employers dealing with labour and social issues in Sri Lanka. It is today the principal organization of employers, promoting employer interests at national level, especially focusing on industrial relations and labour law.
The Employers’ Federation of Ceylon (EFC), with an overall vision statement to promote social harmony through productive employment, is implementing several proactive measures to encourage its members to employ people with disabilities.
With a membership of 680 plus companies today, EFC was the first organization to register under the Trade Unions Ordinance and is the principal trade union representing employers.
To mark the 90th anniversary a book on “EFC History” was launched at the BMICH in March 2019..
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1 Manique, Ayasana, Sewwandi and Lakshika.
2 Manique and Chameel.
3 Manique and Randima.
Manager – Specialise Training and Disability Resource Centre of The Employers’ Federation of Ceylon