Nairobi, May 11 -- As Covid-19 continues to disrupt what we considered normal for decades, it's clear that many jobs are at risk of redundancy, forcing many employees out of work unexpectedly, crashing careers and dreams.
Employers are in a dilemma as well, letting go of good and productive employees as they watch their companies struggle and decline.
While many of these employers are responsible and are keen to ensure affected jobs are phased out in a responsible and compliant manner, redundancies are also costly, though some may apply creativity to minimise cost.
It's important that as staff, you're well appraised of your rights during this process.
First, redundancy is allowed in the Kenya Employment Act 2007 under Section IV 40 1-3....