Poor work ethic still haunts Botswana – report
A further deteriorating work ethic among Botswana’s labour force is a disturbing condition that continues to be the most problematic hindrance to doing business in Africa’s traditional haven of peace.
This was revealed at the launch of the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report 2010-2011 in Gaborone last week. According to the findings of a survey presented by Letsogile Batsetswe, a research consultant with Botswana National Productivity Centre (BNPC), poor work ethics tops the list of 15 factors identified as the most problematic for doing business in Botswana.
Respondents in the study were asked to select five most problematic factors from a list of [continue reading]