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Coronavirus crisis: What are your rights ?

The Coronavirus crisis poses challenges for both employers and employees. Our special latest survey is for workers on farms and in factories - find out exactly what COVID-19 is, what measures you can take, and how your workplace rates. Is it safe?

For workers:

For Flower Farms:

Salary Check

How much do your colleagues earn, and do you earn the same? Check your wages and see if they match up. Use the Salary Check.

News

25 May 2020 - At least 100,000 formal jobs have been lost as a result of death due to coronavirus in Uganda. About 4.4 million workers in the informal sector will see their earnings go below the poverty line, according to a survey by United Nations Capital Development Fund. The reports say that companies would be laying off 51.3% business workers. Another 38% find it difficult to fund their operations. 70.2% businesses claim that they would not recover their losses even three months after the lockdown. Only the big companies (4.1%) believe that they could recover within a month or two.  Complete the survey about work and life in Uganda during the Covid-19 pandemic

How Decent is my Flower Farm?

FUE and Industrial Service Providers Allied Workers' Union (UHISPAWU) have started  a project in the flower farm industry in Uganda. The focus is  on wages,  compliance with labour law and the quality of collective agreements. If you take the Uganda Flower Farm survey, you will contribute to improving conditions on flower farms in Uganda.

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