The larger businesses or organisations grow, the more complex their internal structure becomes. While a small local company might have a “one-boss-does-it-all” system, companies with dozens, hundreds or thousands of employees need effective methods and procedures to attract, optimise, guide, train and reward their human capital effectively. This helps to keep costs in check,…
Uganda, situated in the centre of Africa and on the shores of Lake Victoria, has been at the crossroads of trade and civilisations since the beginning of human history. While its economy was, until recently, focused on agricultural exports, a new massive economic sector has come to the spotlight in the early 2000’s, with the discovery of significant hydrocarbon deposits.
In today’s demanding world it is imperative to have specialised and in-depth knowledge in any field you choose to build your career. However, due to the limited number of places in many public and private universities, students are often forced to enrol in programmes which are not their first choice, or are of little interest to them and are thus led to careers which are unsuitable and unexciting.
Living in large urban centres, whether in London, Los Angeles or Lagos, generally opens up good job opportunities. The majority of large businesses and multinational corporations are located in big cities, which offer a good infrastructure, and attract a diverse workforce.