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Missing work with a valid reason that can be proven is acceptable.

Excessive days of missed work will cause some questions to be asked by employers and could result in dismissal.

In Kampala, you may see the rare couple (male/female) holding hands but I only observed this on a couple of occasions. The public transportation system is not as reliable as is in North America particularly in the rural areas. Men, at a minimum, will wear dress pants and a long-sleeved shirt. Ugandans are big on looking professional in the work place. Among co-workers, it’s not unusual to just use first names.

Most Ugandans I encountered kept their emotions level and when they were upset or angry, the issues were handled out of sight of the general public. no miniskirts, belly-shows, skirts with revealing slits, shorts, sandals, etc.). When addressing superiors, always use a formal greeting. Having said that, it is also common for meetings and other functions to be delayed due to people arriving late.

I found that when speaking with someone, they were usually a bit nearer to me than I was used to in Canada. Touching between males and females is discouraged, but men hold hands with men and the same applies to women.

I found that if you take the first step (smile, greet, shake hands) then the ice is broken very quickly.

When motioning for someone to come to you with your hands, you extend your arm, then open and close your hand like you are grabbing for something.

They like to talk about their own country (its past and current situation) and I found they enjoy hearing about other places as well.

After establishing initial contacts, I found I could talk about varied subjects that include politics, family issues, health (including HIV/AIDS), and religion.

I found that when speaking with someone, they were usually a bit nearer to me than I was used to in Canada. Touching between males and females is discouraged, but men hold hands with men and the same applies to women.I found that if you take the first step (smile, greet, shake hands) then the ice is broken very quickly.When motioning for someone to come to you with your hands, you extend your arm, then open and close your hand like you are grabbing for something.They like to talk about their own country (its past and current situation) and I found they enjoy hearing about other places as well.After establishing initial contacts, I found I could talk about varied subjects that include politics, family issues, health (including HIV/AIDS), and religion.Also, generally they won’t use the word "please" when asking for something.