A study on Adaptability and Readiness to work from home by organisations and businesses in Uganda has underscored the importance of adequate planning for crisis times before they happen if organisations and employees are to continue to be productive and relevant.
The study which surveyed entrepreneurs, managers and employees from different public and private sectors has shown that the CODIV-19 pandemic and the resultant shutdown has adversely affected the operations and productivity of organisations and employees.
Success Africa and Ultimate Multimedia Consult surveyed 384 entrepreneurs, managers and leaders of organisations as well as employees in April 2020 to find out the experiences of working from home that many workers in Uganda have found themselves doing.
The study was conducted to find out readiness and strategies by the three groups i.e leaders/ managers of organisations, entrepreneurs and employees. The findings are presented separately for each group in the detailed report that you can access by clicking on the link below.
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