The western Ibanda district leadership has issued a directive to restaurants and bar owners to start hiring workers after signing contracts with them.
The directive is aimed at countering the reported growing cases of maltreatment of workers and to provide better working conditions.
The resolution was arrived at during a meeting that was held at the Municipal Council Hall between stake holders and Ibanda Town Clerk Justine Barekye as well as the RDC Elliusto Akatuhebwa on Friday.
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He said some of the workers told him that they were being forced by their employers to sleep with their customers.
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The Municipal Clerk Justine Barekye revealed that bars and restaurants in Ibanda have been given a period of one month to register their workers and formalize their employment.