While employees have their right to the freedom of expression on social media, their rights can still be tempered by the fact that it could affect an employers’ reputation
Both the Coronavirus and Ebola are viruses with many similarities in how they can be prevented. During the Ebola pandemic, while working as a contact tracer, I remember some of the major problems that allowed the virus to spread were misinformation, denial, a poor health system, and a government negligent to follow up on their words in protecting citizens.
Employees, employers, and business people are already feeling the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic. What can the Liberian government do to support its people?
As HR professionals, we all have a crucial role in bringing this Coronavirus pandemic to an end. Controlling the pandemic is not only the responsibility of the national government but all Liberians, including HR professionals who play critical roles in mainstream governments, private, and public institutions.
ActionAid Liberia urges strengthening a national plan for COVID-19 to be comprehensive, gender-responsive, and inclusive to prevent spread and minimize the impact.
As we tap into our experience with Ebola to prepare to fight COVID-19, we must also prepare to help our children remain engaged and continue to be educated.
The construction of the raw water pipeline for the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation is more than 50 percent complete and on schedule to be completed in September 2020.
The Millennium Challenge Account-Liberia and the Ministry of Public Works have committed to coordinating their efforts to strengthen Liberia’s capacity to provide routine maintenance of paved and unpaved primary roads.