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Is it safe to travel to Cairo?

af sep 17, 2019it-outsourcing

I risked the lives of my family this summer. I went to both Sweden and Germany.  If we had just gone to Egypt we would have been safer” says our CEO Hans Henrik Groth with a smile.
Perception is everything but this is actual the conclusion if you read the Gallup Global Law and Order Report 2018.  Egypt rank with the 6th best score (together with Denmark, Slovenia, Luxemburg, Austria, China and Holland).  Countries like Sweden and Germany rank lower – actually Egypt rank higher than each of the world’s regional scores.

The perception of risk is a major factor in the world of IT Outsourcing.  Customers need to feel safe both in perception as well as in reality.  Using IT outsourcing also means traveling wherefore the security of employees are a top priority for all responsible business leaders.

Gallup’s Law and order index used four questions in order to find out how safe people feel in their country / area and if they have any experiences with crime and law enforcement.

The questions which were asked were:

1.      In the city where you live, do you have confidence in the local police force?

2.      Do you feel safe walking alone at night in the city or area where you live?

3.      Within the last 12 months, have you had money or property stolen from you or another household member?

4.      Within the past 12 month, have you been assaulted or mugged?

The report was based on input from 148.000 people (above 18 years) from 142 countries and areas. Gallup measured this by collecting the “positive” responses to the above questions and putting them into a Law and Order Index score for each country. The higher the score was, the higher the majority of the population felt that they were safe in the country / area where they live.

The world is a dangerous place, as some say we might even die sooner or later, but base your fear on facts and not perceptionwe suggest that you read the report made by Gallup.

In case you are looking for IT candidates, but face some challenges by finding them in your own country, we are confident that we will be able to help you. Outsourcing to Cairo might be a good solution for your company. In Cairo more than 50.000 IT students graduate each year – all very well educated and with good langue skills, due to the many international schools and universities (British, German, French, Canadian and American). Our fantastic HR team in Cairo will, based on all your requirement, find the best matching candidates and present them to you. It is a big decision to offshore and especially if it is to a country where you are concerned about the safety. Therefore, do not hesitate to join us on the next inspiration trip to Cairo where you can explore the city and meet the Danish and Egyptian CrossWorkers.

Learn more about CrossWorkers inspiration trip.

Gallup Report “2018 Global Law and Order report”  

Is it safe to travel to Cairo?

af sep 17, 2019it-outsourcing

I risked the lives of my family this summer. I went to both Sweden and Germany.  If we had just gone to Egypt we would have been safer” says our CEO Hans Henrik Groth with a smile.
Perception is everything but this is actual the conclusion if you read the Gallup Global Law and Order Report 2018.  Egypt rank with the 6th best score (together with Denmark, Slovenia, Luxemburg, Austria, China and Holland).  Countries like Sweden and Germany rank lower – actually Egypt rank higher than each of the world’s regional scores.

The perception of risk is a major factor in the world of IT Outsourcing.  Customers need to feel safe both in perception as well as in reality.  Using IT outsourcing also means traveling wherefore the security of employees are a top priority for all responsible business leaders.

Gallup’s Law and order index used four questions in order to find out how safe people feel in their country / area and if they have any experiences with crime and law enforcement.

The questions which were asked were:

1.      In the city where you live, do you have confidence in the local police force?

2.      Do you feel safe walking alone at night in the city or area where you live?

3.      Within the last 12 months, have you had money or property stolen from you or another household member?

4.      Within the past 12 month, have you been assaulted or mugged?

The report was based on input from 148.000 people (above 18 years) from 142 countries and areas. Gallup measured this by collecting the “positive” responses to the above questions and putting them into a Law and Order Index score for each country. The higher the score was, the higher the majority of the population felt that they were safe in the country / area where they live.

The world is a dangerous place, as some say we might even die sooner or later, but base your fear on facts and not perceptionwe suggest that you read the report made by Gallup.

In case you are looking for IT candidates, but face some challenges by finding them in your own country, we are confident that we will be able to help you. Outsourcing to Cairo might be a good solution for your company. In Cairo more than 50.000 IT students graduate each year – all very well educated and with good langue skills, due to the many international schools and universities (British, German, French, Canadian and American). Our fantastic HR team in Cairo will, based on all your requirement, find the best matching candidates and present them to you. It is a big decision to offshore and especially if it is to a country where you are concerned about the safety. Therefore, do not hesitate to join us on the next inspiration trip to Cairo where you can explore the city and meet the Danish and Egyptian CrossWorkers.

Learn more about CrossWorkers inspiration trip.

Gallup Report “2018 Global Law and Order report”  

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