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GVB Tech Solution and innovation

Our Tech-Solution Branch offers innovative solutions to problems experienced in Africa using Technology.
We collaborate with Universities faculties and departments in the fields of Computer Science, Electronics, Electro mechanics, Electricity, Civil Engineering and other fields close to technology to select the innovative ideas that we support and accompany for practical solutions to the problems experienced in Africa, and thus to create a better world.
The Tech-Solution Branch collaborates with the The Academy and Incubator Kivu Entrepreneurs to promote the best ideas in the field of Technology.

As a small business owner, you face a variety of risks, especially as you begin to work with more clients and hire employees. Your business deals with a certain amount of liability each day and you can reduce some of that liability by having your policies clearly outlined in writing.

With so much to do, maintaining an extensive policies and procedures manual can be tricky. Luckily there are many templates available to get you started, especially if your policies are internal. You can refine these templates for your specific needs and update them as your business grows. Here are six basic policies your business should have in place before you add another client or hire additional employees.

1.) Workplace Safety Policies

Whether your business operates in a factory or a standard office complex, anyone who steps onto your property faces some level of risk. A data entry worker could develop carpal tunnel syndrome while in your employ. Your company vice president could injure himself moving a computer from one office to another. By putting workplace safety policies and the statute of limitations guide in place, you can help mitigate any damages caused by an employee’s negligence.

2.) Disciplinary Policies

Occasionally you’ll have the need to terminate an employee. When that occasion arises, you’ll have a much more straightforward experience if the employee has been cautioned about the process. If your expectations for performance are outlined in the employee’s initial job description, you can show a history of problems by detailing those issues in regular evaluations and write-ups.

Through the annual event Salon de l’Innovation du Kivu, “SIK” taking place in November in Goma, we expose innovative products directly to over 1000 people and indirectly to over a million of people.