SME's urged to use technology to remain in business

In Summary
  • embrace online platforms to  remain  in business
  • Brighter Monday uses tech to  recruit the right candidates
  • Platform has over 200,000 job seeker profiles &8000 employers

Small Medium Enterprises-SMEs  have been advised to use technology and the internet in particular to remain in business amid the challenges presented by COVID-19.

Brian Ntambirweki the CEO of Brighter Monday Uganda a recruitment and Human Resource service platform says there is a need for partnership to enable employers have control over people working from homes to ensure efficiency and productivity.

“We’ve had a very insightful discussion on how to leverage technology to improve human resource productivity in Uganda” said Ntambirweki.

He says COVID-19has accelerated the use of technology and data to make decision which SMEs should tap into.

According to Brighter Monday Uganda CEO,”we use technology to help companies hire the right people faster through putting up job adverts on our website that attract a number of application and help you further screen those application”.

He made remarks during a meeting with employers to discuss the role of technology in offering jobs and recruitment of employees.

SME’s without proper ways of recruitment are advised to take advantage of digital solutions which are readily available to ensure that their enterprises remain afloat even when the world is grappling with COVID-19 that has brought economies to their knees.

Douglas Opio the executive director Federation of Uganda employer noted that “take advantage of digital solutions which are already available, make online presence, and learn courses online to make your self better”

Brighter Monday platform has a data base of 200.000 job seekers and over 8000 employers.