A pattern has been increasingly observed that employees who experience traffic in the Philippines tend to become unproductive.
How worse is traffic in the Philippines
If you live in Metro Manila, you understand what it means to live and work with traffic in the Philippines. Describing it in words is not enough to sympathize with all the people who has to endure this traffic congestion almost every day.
In a report presented by the Philippine aid office of the agency Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), the deteriorating traffic in the Philippines is equal to 3.5B pesos in lost opportunity for 2017 alone. This opportunity cost refers to the economic cost of transportation in Metro Manila, that is, the costs incurred in operating and time spent by both passengers and drivers alike.
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