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We are an Industrial Trade Union movement registered by the Kenya Government. We represent workers in the Telecommunications Industries in the Country and those involved in the Postal and mail services. Currently our major organizations engaged in such services include Telkom Kenya Limited (TKL), Postal Corporation of Kenya (PCK), Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC), Communication Authority of Kenya (CAK), Midcom Limited, Ison BPO, Fones Direct Limited, Egypro East Africa Limited, and Data Rush Services Limited.

OUR AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:
•    To secure complete association, unity, organization, and mobilization within the union for all employees in the    communication sector in Kenya.
•    To act as the normal bargaining agency, protect and promote the interests of its members both collectively and individually.
•    To strengthen the organization capacity, credibility and visibility through education among members so as to play their rightful roles of full participation in the running of the union and the enterprises of their employment.

 

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STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH TELKOM (K) MANAGEMENT

Date: 22nd February, 2017

To All Unionisable Employees Telkom (K) Limited P.O. Box 30301-00100 NAIROBI

Dear Brothers/Sisters,

RE: STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH TELKOM (K) MANAGEMENT

We wish to bring to your attention that we have held three (3) meetings with Telkom Management with the latest one being on 20th February 2017. During the meetings, little progress has been made and so far the following items have been agreed upon:
1.Burial Allowance - i) Employee - 120,000
ii)Spouse - 100,000
iii)Child - 80,000 All these include Mortuary and Transport cost.
2.Overtime - To be retained as in the CBA
3.Leave, Commuter and House Allowance - To be consolidated as before.
4.Annual Leave - 30 days for R5/4
5.Loans from banks
6.Appointment
7.Probation
8.Hours of Work
9.Public Holiday
10.Compassionate Leave
11.Violation of Agreement
12.Maternity Leave
13.Termination and Resignation
14.Retirement
15.Sick Leave
16.Overtime
17.Subsistence Allowance Outside Kenya
18.Driving Allowance
19.Redundancy
20.Other terms and conditions of service
21.Effective date.

The Following item still remains outstanding:
1.Salary - Union - 50% for two years Management 1% for two years.
2.Introduction
3.Risk Allowance
4.Shift Allowance
5.Call out Allowance
6.Network Management Allowance
7.Fibre Fixed Allowance
8.Drivers Allowance
9.Hardship Allowance
10.Day Subsistence Allowance
11.Mileage Allowance
12.Medical
13.Transfer Allowance
14.PD Allowance
15.Data Bundle Allowance
16.Applicability of the CBA to include DSA
17.Long Service Award
18.Unionisable Employees
19.Confirmation

Our next meeting is scheduled for 15th March 2017 and we believe this should be our last meeting to conclude the CBA. In case the Management will not come with reasonable offers during this coming meeting we shall revert back to you to decide on the way forward.
In the meantime we thank you for your continued support and urge you to remain united as we fight for our rights.

Yours faithfully,
BENSON O. OKWARO
GENERAL SECRETARY

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STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH KBC MANAGEMENT

To All Unionisable Employees
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation
P.O. Box 30456
NAIROBI

Dear Brothers/Sisters,

RE: STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH KBC MANAGEMENT

As you are aware, our CBA Negotiations for the years 2016/2018 with the Management of KBC are ongoing; and so far we have held four (4) meetings and little progress has been made especially on items with monetary implications. Listed here below are the actual positions on each items:

RETAINED/AGREED ITEMS
1. Hours of work
2. Overtime/extra time worked
3. Public holidays
4. Annual leave – increased from 27 to 30 days
5. Compassionate leave
6. Sick leave
7. Sickness during annual leave
8. Maternity leave
9. Paternity leave
10. Medical scheme
11. Appointment
12. Probation period
13. Confirmation of Appointment
14. Contract terms
15. Acting appointment
16. Promotion
17. Night/subsistence/lunch & breakfast allowance
18. Mileage allowance
19. Extraneous allowance
20. News allowance – bulletins allowance
21. Commission on sales & revenue collection
22. Danger allowance
23. Transfer allowance
24. Hardship allowance
25. Entertainment & Telephone allowance
26. Subsistence allowance outside Kenya
27. Out of pocket allowance for sportsmen & women
28. Salary advance
29. Loans for purchase of motor vehicle/motor cycle
30. Car overhaul advance
31. Loan to purchase or construct a house
32. Out of pocket allowance while attending courses within Kenya
33. Benevolent allowance/Burial allowance
34. Language allowance – Agreed
35. Charge ship allowance – Agreed
36. Union representation in pension scheme – New item agreed upon
37. Certificate of service – New item agree upon
38. Termination
39. Resignation
40. Retirement
41. Redundancy - Agreed
42. Health and safety and environment
43. Disciplinary cases
44. Union subscription
45. Violation of Negotiated agreement
46. Effective date 1st July 2017.

OUTSTANDING ITEMS
1.Salary - Union-40% (20% -1st year, 20% -2nd year) / Management- 4% (2% year1&2, 2% year 3&4)

2.Annual Increment - Union-5% / Management-4.6%

3.Special Duty – Union- 20% of basic pay / Managent-10% of basic pay

4.House Allowance – Union-Increase by 60% / Management-Retain SRC Rates

5.Commuter Allowance – Union- Increase by 20% / Management-Retain SRC Rates

6.Leave Allowance – Union- Increase by Kshs. 4000 across the board / Management-Retain SRC Rates

7.Meal Allowance & Lunch Allowance – Union-Increase to Kshs. 2500 for all Grades / Management-Retain SRC Rates

8.Rural House Loan (new item) – Union-Two years salary / Management-Awaiting implementation as per SRC Rates

9.Long Service Bonus Award: –
Union- 10 years - ¼ month gross salary
15 years - ½ month gross salary
20 years – 1 month gross salary
25 years – 1 ½ month gross salary
30 years – 2 month gross salary
35 years 2 ½ month gross salary
Management- Not sustainable considering the
huge Financial implications


Our next meeting is scheduled for 16th March 2017 and we believe the Management will come with reasonable offers to enable us conclude the CBA. In case the Management will not come with acceptable offers, we shall revert back to you to decide on the way forward.

Meanwhile, we thank you very much for your continued support and urge you to remain united as we fight for our rights.

Yours faithfully,


Benson O. Okwaro
GENERAL SECRETARY

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STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH TELKOM (K) MANAGEMENT

Date: 22nd February, 2017

To All Unionisable Employees Telkom (K) Limited P.O. Box 30301-00100 NAIROBI

Dear Brothers/Sisters,

RE: STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH TELKOM (K) MANAGEMENT

We wish to bring to your attention that we have held three (3) meetings with Telkom Management with the latest one being on 20th February 2017. During the meetings, little progress has been made and so far the following items have been agreed upon:
1.Burial Allowance - i) Employee - 120,000
ii)Spouse - 100,000
iii)Child - 80,000 All these include Mortuary and Transport cost.
2.Overtime - To be retained as in the CBA
3.Leave, Commuter and House Allowance - To be consolidated as before.
4.Annual Leave - 30 days for R5/4
5.Loans from banks
6.Appointment
7.Probation
8.Hours of Work
9.Public Holiday
10.Compassionate Leave
11.Violation of Agreement
12.Maternity Leave
13.Termination and Resignation
14.Retirement
15.Sick Leave
16.Overtime
17.Subsistence Allowance Outside Kenya
18.Driving Allowance
19.Redundancy
20.Other terms and conditions of service
21.Effective date.

The Following item still remains outstanding:
1.Salary - Union - 50% for two years Management 1% for two years.
2.Introduction
3.Risk Allowance
4.Shift Allowance
5.Call out Allowance
6.Network Management Allowance
7.Fibre Fixed Allowance
8.Drivers Allowance
9.Hardship Allowance
10.Day Subsistence Allowance
11.Mileage Allowance
12.Medical
13.Transfer Allowance
14.PD Allowance
15.Data Bundle Allowance
16.Applicability of the CBA to include DSA
17.Long Service Award
18.Unionisable Employees
19.Confirmation

Our next meeting is scheduled for 15th March 2017 and we believe this should be our last meeting to conclude the CBA. In case the Management will not come with reasonable offers during this coming meeting we shall revert back to you to decide on the way forward.
In the meantime we thank you for your continued support and urge you to remain united as we fight for our rights.

Yours faithfully,
BENSON O. OKWARO
GENERAL SECRETARY

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STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH KBC MANAGEMENT

To All Unionisable Employees
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation
P.O. Box 30456
NAIROBI

Dear Brothers/Sisters,

RE: STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH KBC MANAGEMENT

As you are aware, our CBA Negotiations for the years 2016/2018 with the Management of KBC are ongoing; and so far we have held four (4) meetings and little progress has been made especially on items with monetary implications. Listed here below are the actual positions on each items:

RETAINED/AGREED ITEMS
1. Hours of work
2. Overtime/extra time worked
3. Public holidays
4. Annual leave – increased from 27 to 30 days
5. Compassionate leave
6. Sick leave
7. Sickness during annual leave
8. Maternity leave
9. Paternity leave
10. Medical scheme
11. Appointment
12. Probation period
13. Confirmation of Appointment
14. Contract terms
15. Acting appointment
16. Promotion
17. Night/subsistence/lunch & breakfast allowance
18. Mileage allowance
19. Extraneous allowance
20. News allowance – bulletins allowance
21. Commission on sales & revenue collection
22. Danger allowance
23. Transfer allowance
24. Hardship allowance
25. Entertainment & Telephone allowance
26. Subsistence allowance outside Kenya
27. Out of pocket allowance for sportsmen & women
28. Salary advance
29. Loans for purchase of motor vehicle/motor cycle
30. Car overhaul advance
31. Loan to purchase or construct a house
32. Out of pocket allowance while attending courses within Kenya
33. Benevolent allowance/Burial allowance
34. Language allowance – Agreed
35. Charge ship allowance – Agreed
36. Union representation in pension scheme – New item agreed upon
37. Certificate of service – New item agree upon
38. Termination
39. Resignation
40. Retirement
41. Redundancy - Agreed
42. Health and safety and environment
43. Disciplinary cases
44. Union subscription
45. Violation of Negotiated agreement
46. Effective date 1st July 2017.

OUTSTANDING ITEMS
1.Salary - Union-40% (20% -1st year, 20% -2nd year) / Management- 4% (2% year1&2, 2% year 3&4)

2.Annual Increment - Union-5% / Management-4.6%

3.Special Duty – Union- 20% of basic pay / Managent-10% of basic pay

4.House Allowance – Union-Increase by 60% / Management-Retain SRC Rates

5.Commuter Allowance – Union- Increase by 20% / Management-Retain SRC Rates

6.Leave Allowance – Union- Increase by Kshs. 4000 across the board / Management-Retain SRC Rates

7.Meal Allowance & Lunch Allowance – Union-Increase to Kshs. 2500 for all Grades / Management-Retain SRC Rates

8.Rural House Loan (new item) – Union-Two years salary / Management-Awaiting implementation as per SRC Rates

9.Long Service Bonus Award: –
Union- 10 years - ¼ month gross salary
15 years - ½ month gross salary
20 years – 1 month gross salary
25 years – 1 ½ month gross salary
30 years – 2 month gross salary
35 years 2 ½ month gross salary
Management- Not sustainable considering the
huge Financial implications


Our next meeting is scheduled for 16th March 2017 and we believe the Management will come with reasonable offers to enable us conclude the CBA. In case the Management will not come with acceptable offers, we shall revert back to you to decide on the way forward.

Meanwhile, we thank you very much for your continued support and urge you to remain united as we fight for our rights.

Yours faithfully,


Benson O. Okwaro
GENERAL SECRETARY

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STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH TELKOM (K) MANAGEMENT

Date: 22nd February, 2017

To All Unionisable Employees Telkom (K) Limited P.O. Box 30301-00100 NAIROBI

Dear Brothers/Sisters,

RE: STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH TELKOM (K) MANAGEMENT

We wish to bring to your attention that we have held three (3) meetings with Telkom Management with the latest one being on 20th February 2017. During the meetings, little progress has been made and so far the following items have been agreed upon:
1.Burial Allowance - i) Employee - 120,000
ii)Spouse - 100,000
iii)Child - 80,000 All these include Mortuary and Transport cost.
2.Overtime - To be retained as in the CBA
3.Leave, Commuter and House Allowance - To be consolidated as before.
4.Annual Leave - 30 days for R5/4
5.Loans from banks
6.Appointment
7.Probation
8.Hours of Work
9.Public Holiday
10.Compassionate Leave
11.Violation of Agreement
12.Maternity Leave
13.Termination and Resignation
14.Retirement
15.Sick Leave
16.Overtime
17.Subsistence Allowance Outside Kenya
18.Driving Allowance
19.Redundancy
20.Other terms and conditions of service
21.Effective date.

The Following item still remains outstanding:
1.Salary - Union - 50% for two years Management 1% for two years.
2.Introduction
3.Risk Allowance
4.Shift Allowance
5.Call out Allowance
6.Network Management Allowance
7.Fibre Fixed Allowance
8.Drivers Allowance
9.Hardship Allowance
10.Day Subsistence Allowance
11.Mileage Allowance
12.Medical
13.Transfer Allowance
14.PD Allowance
15.Data Bundle Allowance
16.Applicability of the CBA to include DSA
17.Long Service Award
18.Unionisable Employees
19.Confirmation

Our next meeting is scheduled for 15th March 2017 and we believe this should be our last meeting to conclude the CBA. In case the Management will not come with reasonable offers during this coming meeting we shall revert back to you to decide on the way forward.
In the meantime we thank you for your continued support and urge you to remain united as we fight for our rights.

Yours faithfully,
BENSON O. OKWARO
GENERAL SECRETARY

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STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH KBC MANAGEMENT

To All Unionisable Employees
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation
P.O. Box 30456
NAIROBI

Dear Brothers/Sisters,

RE: STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH KBC MANAGEMENT

As you are aware, our CBA Negotiations for the years 2016/2018 with the Management of KBC are ongoing; and so far we have held four (4) meetings and little progress has been made especially on items with monetary implications. Listed here below are the actual positions on each items:

RETAINED/AGREED ITEMS
1. Hours of work
2. Overtime/extra time worked
3. Public holidays
4. Annual leave – increased from 27 to 30 days
5. Compassionate leave
6. Sick leave
7. Sickness during annual leave
8. Maternity leave
9. Paternity leave
10. Medical scheme
11. Appointment
12. Probation period
13. Confirmation of Appointment
14. Contract terms
15. Acting appointment
16. Promotion
17. Night/subsistence/lunch & breakfast allowance
18. Mileage allowance
19. Extraneous allowance
20. News allowance – bulletins allowance
21. Commission on sales & revenue collection
22. Danger allowance
23. Transfer allowance
24. Hardship allowance
25. Entertainment & Telephone allowance
26. Subsistence allowance outside Kenya
27. Out of pocket allowance for sportsmen & women
28. Salary advance
29. Loans for purchase of motor vehicle/motor cycle
30. Car overhaul advance
31. Loan to purchase or construct a house
32. Out of pocket allowance while attending courses within Kenya
33. Benevolent allowance/Burial allowance
34. Language allowance – Agreed
35. Charge ship allowance – Agreed
36. Union representation in pension scheme – New item agreed upon
37. Certificate of service – New item agree upon
38. Termination
39. Resignation
40. Retirement
41. Redundancy - Agreed
42. Health and safety and environment
43. Disciplinary cases
44. Union subscription
45. Violation of Negotiated agreement
46. Effective date 1st July 2017.

OUTSTANDING ITEMS
1.Salary - Union-40% (20% -1st year, 20% -2nd year) / Management- 4% (2% year1&2, 2% year 3&4)

2.Annual Increment - Union-5% / Management-4.6%

3.Special Duty – Union- 20% of basic pay / Managent-10% of basic pay

4.House Allowance – Union-Increase by 60% / Management-Retain SRC Rates

5.Commuter Allowance – Union- Increase by 20% / Management-Retain SRC Rates

6.Leave Allowance – Union- Increase by Kshs. 4000 across the board / Management-Retain SRC Rates

7.Meal Allowance & Lunch Allowance – Union-Increase to Kshs. 2500 for all Grades / Management-Retain SRC Rates

8.Rural House Loan (new item) – Union-Two years salary / Management-Awaiting implementation as per SRC Rates

9.Long Service Bonus Award: –
Union- 10 years - ¼ month gross salary
15 years - ½ month gross salary
20 years – 1 month gross salary
25 years – 1 ½ month gross salary
30 years – 2 month gross salary
35 years 2 ½ month gross salary
Management- Not sustainable considering the
huge Financial implications


Our next meeting is scheduled for 16th March 2017 and we believe the Management will come with reasonable offers to enable us conclude the CBA. In case the Management will not come with acceptable offers, we shall revert back to you to decide on the way forward.

Meanwhile, we thank you very much for your continued support and urge you to remain united as we fight for our rights.

Yours faithfully,


Benson O. Okwaro
GENERAL SECRETARY

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STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH TELKOM (K) MANAGEMENT

Date: 22nd February, 2017

To All Unionisable Employees Telkom (K) Limited P.O. Box 30301-00100 NAIROBI

Dear Brothers/Sisters,

RE: STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH TELKOM (K) MANAGEMENT

We wish to bring to your attention that we have held three (3) meetings with Telkom Management with the latest one being on 20th February 2017. During the meetings, little progress has been made and so far the following items have been agreed upon:
1.Burial Allowance - i) Employee - 120,000
ii)Spouse - 100,000
iii)Child - 80,000 All these include Mortuary and Transport cost.
2.Overtime - To be retained as in the CBA
3.Leave, Commuter and House Allowance - To be consolidated as before.
4.Annual Leave - 30 days for R5/4
5.Loans from banks
6.Appointment
7.Probation
8.Hours of Work
9.Public Holiday
10.Compassionate Leave
11.Violation of Agreement
12.Maternity Leave
13.Termination and Resignation
14.Retirement
15.Sick Leave
16.Overtime
17.Subsistence Allowance Outside Kenya
18.Driving Allowance
19.Redundancy
20.Other terms and conditions of service
21.Effective date.

The Following item still remains outstanding:
1.Salary - Union - 50% for two years Management 1% for two years.
2.Introduction
3.Risk Allowance
4.Shift Allowance
5.Call out Allowance
6.Network Management Allowance
7.Fibre Fixed Allowance
8.Drivers Allowance
9.Hardship Allowance
10.Day Subsistence Allowance
11.Mileage Allowance
12.Medical
13.Transfer Allowance
14.PD Allowance
15.Data Bundle Allowance
16.Applicability of the CBA to include DSA
17.Long Service Award
18.Unionisable Employees
19.Confirmation

Our next meeting is scheduled for 15th March 2017 and we believe this should be our last meeting to conclude the CBA. In case the Management will not come with reasonable offers during this coming meeting we shall revert back to you to decide on the way forward.
In the meantime we thank you for your continued support and urge you to remain united as we fight for our rights.

Yours faithfully,
BENSON O. OKWARO
GENERAL SECRETARY

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STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH KBC MANAGEMENT

To All Unionisable Employees
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation
P.O. Box 30456
NAIROBI

Dear Brothers/Sisters,

RE: STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH KBC MANAGEMENT

As you are aware, our CBA Negotiations for the years 2016/2018 with the Management of KBC are ongoing; and so far we have held four (4) meetings and little progress has been made especially on items with monetary implications. Listed here below are the actual positions on each items:

RETAINED/AGREED ITEMS
1. Hours of work
2. Overtime/extra time worked
3. Public holidays
4. Annual leave – increased from 27 to 30 days
5. Compassionate leave
6. Sick leave
7. Sickness during annual leave
8. Maternity leave
9. Paternity leave
10. Medical scheme
11. Appointment
12. Probation period
13. Confirmation of Appointment
14. Contract terms
15. Acting appointment
16. Promotion
17. Night/subsistence/lunch & breakfast allowance
18. Mileage allowance
19. Extraneous allowance
20. News allowance – bulletins allowance
21. Commission on sales & revenue collection
22. Danger allowance
23. Transfer allowance
24. Hardship allowance
25. Entertainment & Telephone allowance
26. Subsistence allowance outside Kenya
27. Out of pocket allowance for sportsmen & women
28. Salary advance
29. Loans for purchase of motor vehicle/motor cycle
30. Car overhaul advance
31. Loan to purchase or construct a house
32. Out of pocket allowance while attending courses within Kenya
33. Benevolent allowance/Burial allowance
34. Language allowance – Agreed
35. Charge ship allowance – Agreed
36. Union representation in pension scheme – New item agreed upon
37. Certificate of service – New item agree upon
38. Termination
39. Resignation
40. Retirement
41. Redundancy - Agreed
42. Health and safety and environment
43. Disciplinary cases
44. Union subscription
45. Violation of Negotiated agreement
46. Effective date 1st July 2017.

OUTSTANDING ITEMS
1.Salary - Union-40% (20% -1st year, 20% -2nd year) / Management- 4% (2% year1&2, 2% year 3&4)

2.Annual Increment - Union-5% / Management-4.6%

3.Special Duty – Union- 20% of basic pay / Managent-10% of basic pay

4.House Allowance – Union-Increase by 60% / Management-Retain SRC Rates

5.Commuter Allowance – Union- Increase by 20% / Management-Retain SRC Rates

6.Leave Allowance – Union- Increase by Kshs. 4000 across the board / Management-Retain SRC Rates

7.Meal Allowance & Lunch Allowance – Union-Increase to Kshs. 2500 for all Grades / Management-Retain SRC Rates

8.Rural House Loan (new item) – Union-Two years salary / Management-Awaiting implementation as per SRC Rates

9.Long Service Bonus Award: –
Union- 10 years - ¼ month gross salary
15 years - ½ month gross salary
20 years – 1 month gross salary
25 years – 1 ½ month gross salary
30 years – 2 month gross salary
35 years 2 ½ month gross salary
Management- Not sustainable considering the
huge Financial implications


Our next meeting is scheduled for 16th March 2017 and we believe the Management will come with reasonable offers to enable us conclude the CBA. In case the Management will not come with acceptable offers, we shall revert back to you to decide on the way forward.

Meanwhile, we thank you very much for your continued support and urge you to remain united as we fight for our rights.

Yours faithfully,


Benson O. Okwaro
GENERAL SECRETARY

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STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH TELKOM (K) MANAGEMENT

Date: 22nd February, 2017

To All Unionisable Employees Telkom (K) Limited P.O. Box 30301-00100 NAIROBI

Dear Brothers/Sisters,

RE: STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH TELKOM (K) MANAGEMENT

We wish to bring to your attention that we have held three (3) meetings with Telkom Management with the latest one being on 20th February 2017. During the meetings, little progress has been made and so far the following items have been agreed upon:
1.Burial Allowance - i) Employee - 120,000
ii)Spouse - 100,000
iii)Child - 80,000 All these include Mortuary and Transport cost.
2.Overtime - To be retained as in the CBA
3.Leave, Commuter and House Allowance - To be consolidated as before.
4.Annual Leave - 30 days for R5/4
5.Loans from banks
6.Appointment
7.Probation
8.Hours of Work
9.Public Holiday
10.Compassionate Leave
11.Violation of Agreement
12.Maternity Leave
13.Termination and Resignation
14.Retirement
15.Sick Leave
16.Overtime
17.Subsistence Allowance Outside Kenya
18.Driving Allowance
19.Redundancy
20.Other terms and conditions of service
21.Effective date.

The Following item still remains outstanding:
1.Salary - Union - 50% for two years Management 1% for two years.
2.Introduction
3.Risk Allowance
4.Shift Allowance
5.Call out Allowance
6.Network Management Allowance
7.Fibre Fixed Allowance
8.Drivers Allowance
9.Hardship Allowance
10.Day Subsistence Allowance
11.Mileage Allowance
12.Medical
13.Transfer Allowance
14.PD Allowance
15.Data Bundle Allowance
16.Applicability of the CBA to include DSA
17.Long Service Award
18.Unionisable Employees
19.Confirmation

Our next meeting is scheduled for 15th March 2017 and we believe this should be our last meeting to conclude the CBA. In case the Management will not come with reasonable offers during this coming meeting we shall revert back to you to decide on the way forward.
In the meantime we thank you for your continued support and urge you to remain united as we fight for our rights.

Yours faithfully,
BENSON O. OKWARO
GENERAL SECRETARY

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STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH KBC MANAGEMENT

To All Unionisable Employees
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation
P.O. Box 30456
NAIROBI

Dear Brothers/Sisters,

RE: STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH KBC MANAGEMENT

As you are aware, our CBA Negotiations for the years 2016/2018 with the Management of KBC are ongoing; and so far we have held four (4) meetings and little progress has been made especially on items with monetary implications. Listed here below are the actual positions on each items:

RETAINED/AGREED ITEMS
1. Hours of work
2. Overtime/extra time worked
3. Public holidays
4. Annual leave – increased from 27 to 30 days
5. Compassionate leave
6. Sick leave
7. Sickness during annual leave
8. Maternity leave
9. Paternity leave
10. Medical scheme
11. Appointment
12. Probation period
13. Confirmation of Appointment
14. Contract terms
15. Acting appointment
16. Promotion
17. Night/subsistence/lunch & breakfast allowance
18. Mileage allowance
19. Extraneous allowance
20. News allowance – bulletins allowance
21. Commission on sales & revenue collection
22. Danger allowance
23. Transfer allowance
24. Hardship allowance
25. Entertainment & Telephone allowance
26. Subsistence allowance outside Kenya
27. Out of pocket allowance for sportsmen & women
28. Salary advance
29. Loans for purchase of motor vehicle/motor cycle
30. Car overhaul advance
31. Loan to purchase or construct a house
32. Out of pocket allowance while attending courses within Kenya
33. Benevolent allowance/Burial allowance
34. Language allowance – Agreed
35. Charge ship allowance – Agreed
36. Union representation in pension scheme – New item agreed upon
37. Certificate of service – New item agree upon
38. Termination
39. Resignation
40. Retirement
41. Redundancy - Agreed
42. Health and safety and environment
43. Disciplinary cases
44. Union subscription
45. Violation of Negotiated agreement
46. Effective date 1st July 2017.

OUTSTANDING ITEMS
1.Salary - Union-40% (20% -1st year, 20% -2nd year) / Management- 4% (2% year1&2, 2% year 3&4)

2.Annual Increment - Union-5% / Management-4.6%

3.Special Duty – Union- 20% of basic pay / Managent-10% of basic pay

4.House Allowance – Union-Increase by 60% / Management-Retain SRC Rates

5.Commuter Allowance – Union- Increase by 20% / Management-Retain SRC Rates

6.Leave Allowance – Union- Increase by Kshs. 4000 across the board / Management-Retain SRC Rates

7.Meal Allowance & Lunch Allowance – Union-Increase to Kshs. 2500 for all Grades / Management-Retain SRC Rates

8.Rural House Loan (new item) – Union-Two years salary / Management-Awaiting implementation as per SRC Rates

9.Long Service Bonus Award: –
Union- 10 years - ¼ month gross salary
15 years - ½ month gross salary
20 years – 1 month gross salary
25 years – 1 ½ month gross salary
30 years – 2 month gross salary
35 years 2 ½ month gross salary
Management- Not sustainable considering the
huge Financial implications


Our next meeting is scheduled for 16th March 2017 and we believe the Management will come with reasonable offers to enable us conclude the CBA. In case the Management will not come with acceptable offers, we shall revert back to you to decide on the way forward.

Meanwhile, we thank you very much for your continued support and urge you to remain united as we fight for our rights.

Yours faithfully,


Benson O. Okwaro
GENERAL SECRETARY

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STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH TELKOM (K) MANAGEMENT

Date: 22nd February, 2017

To All Unionisable Employees Telkom (K) Limited P.O. Box 30301-00100 NAIROBI

Dear Brothers/Sisters,

RE: STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH TELKOM (K) MANAGEMENT

We wish to bring to your attention that we have held three (3) meetings with Telkom Management with the latest one being on 20th February 2017. During the meetings, little progress has been made and so far the following items have been agreed upon:
1.Burial Allowance - i) Employee - 120,000
ii)Spouse - 100,000
iii)Child - 80,000 All these include Mortuary and Transport cost.
2.Overtime - To be retained as in the CBA
3.Leave, Commuter and House Allowance - To be consolidated as before.
4.Annual Leave - 30 days for R5/4
5.Loans from banks
6.Appointment
7.Probation
8.Hours of Work
9.Public Holiday
10.Compassionate Leave
11.Violation of Agreement
12.Maternity Leave
13.Termination and Resignation
14.Retirement
15.Sick Leave
16.Overtime
17.Subsistence Allowance Outside Kenya
18.Driving Allowance
19.Redundancy
20.Other terms and conditions of service
21.Effective date.

The Following item still remains outstanding:
1.Salary - Union - 50% for two years Management 1% for two years.
2.Introduction
3.Risk Allowance
4.Shift Allowance
5.Call out Allowance
6.Network Management Allowance
7.Fibre Fixed Allowance
8.Drivers Allowance
9.Hardship Allowance
10.Day Subsistence Allowance
11.Mileage Allowance
12.Medical
13.Transfer Allowance
14.PD Allowance
15.Data Bundle Allowance
16.Applicability of the CBA to include DSA
17.Long Service Award
18.Unionisable Employees
19.Confirmation

Our next meeting is scheduled for 15th March 2017 and we believe this should be our last meeting to conclude the CBA. In case the Management will not come with reasonable offers during this coming meeting we shall revert back to you to decide on the way forward.
In the meantime we thank you for your continued support and urge you to remain united as we fight for our rights.

Yours faithfully,
BENSON O. OKWARO
GENERAL SECRETARY

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STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH KBC MANAGEMENT

To All Unionisable Employees
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation
P.O. Box 30456
NAIROBI

Dear Brothers/Sisters,

RE: STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH KBC MANAGEMENT

As you are aware, our CBA Negotiations for the years 2016/2018 with the Management of KBC are ongoing; and so far we have held four (4) meetings and little progress has been made especially on items with monetary implications. Listed here below are the actual positions on each items:

RETAINED/AGREED ITEMS
1. Hours of work
2. Overtime/extra time worked
3. Public holidays
4. Annual leave – increased from 27 to 30 days
5. Compassionate leave
6. Sick leave
7. Sickness during annual leave
8. Maternity leave
9. Paternity leave
10. Medical scheme
11. Appointment
12. Probation period
13. Confirmation of Appointment
14. Contract terms
15. Acting appointment
16. Promotion
17. Night/subsistence/lunch & breakfast allowance
18. Mileage allowance
19. Extraneous allowance
20. News allowance – bulletins allowance
21. Commission on sales & revenue collection
22. Danger allowance
23. Transfer allowance
24. Hardship allowance
25. Entertainment & Telephone allowance
26. Subsistence allowance outside Kenya
27. Out of pocket allowance for sportsmen & women
28. Salary advance
29. Loans for purchase of motor vehicle/motor cycle
30. Car overhaul advance
31. Loan to purchase or construct a house
32. Out of pocket allowance while attending courses within Kenya
33. Benevolent allowance/Burial allowance
34. Language allowance – Agreed
35. Charge ship allowance – Agreed
36. Union representation in pension scheme – New item agreed upon
37. Certificate of service – New item agree upon
38. Termination
39. Resignation
40. Retirement
41. Redundancy - Agreed
42. Health and safety and environment
43. Disciplinary cases
44. Union subscription
45. Violation of Negotiated agreement
46. Effective date 1st July 2017.

OUTSTANDING ITEMS
1.Salary - Union-40% (20% -1st year, 20% -2nd year) / Management- 4% (2% year1&2, 2% year 3&4)

2.Annual Increment - Union-5% / Management-4.6%

3.Special Duty – Union- 20% of basic pay / Managent-10% of basic pay

4.House Allowance – Union-Increase by 60% / Management-Retain SRC Rates

5.Commuter Allowance – Union- Increase by 20% / Management-Retain SRC Rates

6.Leave Allowance – Union- Increase by Kshs. 4000 across the board / Management-Retain SRC Rates

7.Meal Allowance & Lunch Allowance – Union-Increase to Kshs. 2500 for all Grades / Management-Retain SRC Rates

8.Rural House Loan (new item) – Union-Two years salary / Management-Awaiting implementation as per SRC Rates

9.Long Service Bonus Award: –
Union- 10 years - ¼ month gross salary
15 years - ½ month gross salary
20 years – 1 month gross salary
25 years – 1 ½ month gross salary
30 years – 2 month gross salary
35 years 2 ½ month gross salary
Management- Not sustainable considering the
huge Financial implications


Our next meeting is scheduled for 16th March 2017 and we believe the Management will come with reasonable offers to enable us conclude the CBA. In case the Management will not come with acceptable offers, we shall revert back to you to decide on the way forward.

Meanwhile, we thank you very much for your continued support and urge you to remain united as we fight for our rights.

Yours faithfully,


Benson O. Okwaro
GENERAL SECRETARY

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STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH TELKOM (K) MANAGEMENT

Date: 22nd February, 2017

To All Unionisable Employees Telkom (K) Limited P.O. Box 30301-00100 NAIROBI

Dear Brothers/Sisters,

RE: STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH TELKOM (K) MANAGEMENT

We wish to bring to your attention that we have held three (3) meetings with Telkom Management with the latest one being on 20th February 2017. During the meetings, little progress has been made and so far the following items have been agreed upon:
1.Burial Allowance - i) Employee - 120,000
ii)Spouse - 100,000
iii)Child - 80,000 All these include Mortuary and Transport cost.
2.Overtime - To be retained as in the CBA
3.Leave, Commuter and House Allowance - To be consolidated as before.
4.Annual Leave - 30 days for R5/4
5.Loans from banks
6.Appointment
7.Probation
8.Hours of Work
9.Public Holiday
10.Compassionate Leave
11.Violation of Agreement
12.Maternity Leave
13.Termination and Resignation
14.Retirement
15.Sick Leave
16.Overtime
17.Subsistence Allowance Outside Kenya
18.Driving Allowance
19.Redundancy
20.Other terms and conditions of service
21.Effective date.

The Following item still remains outstanding:
1.Salary - Union - 50% for two years Management 1% for two years.
2.Introduction
3.Risk Allowance
4.Shift Allowance
5.Call out Allowance
6.Network Management Allowance
7.Fibre Fixed Allowance
8.Drivers Allowance
9.Hardship Allowance
10.Day Subsistence Allowance
11.Mileage Allowance
12.Medical
13.Transfer Allowance
14.PD Allowance
15.Data Bundle Allowance
16.Applicability of the CBA to include DSA
17.Long Service Award
18.Unionisable Employees
19.Confirmation

Our next meeting is scheduled for 15th March 2017 and we believe this should be our last meeting to conclude the CBA. In case the Management will not come with reasonable offers during this coming meeting we shall revert back to you to decide on the way forward.
In the meantime we thank you for your continued support and urge you to remain united as we fight for our rights.

Yours faithfully,
BENSON O. OKWARO
GENERAL SECRETARY

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STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH KBC MANAGEMENT

To All Unionisable Employees
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation
P.O. Box 30456
NAIROBI

Dear Brothers/Sisters,

RE: STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH KBC MANAGEMENT

As you are aware, our CBA Negotiations for the years 2016/2018 with the Management of KBC are ongoing; and so far we have held four (4) meetings and little progress has been made especially on items with monetary implications. Listed here below are the actual positions on each items:

RETAINED/AGREED ITEMS
1. Hours of work
2. Overtime/extra time worked
3. Public holidays
4. Annual leave – increased from 27 to 30 days
5. Compassionate leave
6. Sick leave
7. Sickness during annual leave
8. Maternity leave
9. Paternity leave
10. Medical scheme
11. Appointment
12. Probation period
13. Confirmation of Appointment
14. Contract terms
15. Acting appointment
16. Promotion
17. Night/subsistence/lunch & breakfast allowance
18. Mileage allowance
19. Extraneous allowance
20. News allowance – bulletins allowance
21. Commission on sales & revenue collection
22. Danger allowance
23. Transfer allowance
24. Hardship allowance
25. Entertainment & Telephone allowance
26. Subsistence allowance outside Kenya
27. Out of pocket allowance for sportsmen & women
28. Salary advance
29. Loans for purchase of motor vehicle/motor cycle
30. Car overhaul advance
31. Loan to purchase or construct a house
32. Out of pocket allowance while attending courses within Kenya
33. Benevolent allowance/Burial allowance
34. Language allowance – Agreed
35. Charge ship allowance – Agreed
36. Union representation in pension scheme – New item agreed upon
37. Certificate of service – New item agree upon
38. Termination
39. Resignation
40. Retirement
41. Redundancy - Agreed
42. Health and safety and environment
43. Disciplinary cases
44. Union subscription
45. Violation of Negotiated agreement
46. Effective date 1st July 2017.

OUTSTANDING ITEMS
1.Salary - Union-40% (20% -1st year, 20% -2nd year) / Management- 4% (2% year1&2, 2% year 3&4)

2.Annual Increment - Union-5% / Management-4.6%

3.Special Duty – Union- 20% of basic pay / Managent-10% of basic pay

4.House Allowance – Union-Increase by 60% / Management-Retain SRC Rates

5.Commuter Allowance – Union- Increase by 20% / Management-Retain SRC Rates

6.Leave Allowance – Union- Increase by Kshs. 4000 across the board / Management-Retain SRC Rates

7.Meal Allowance & Lunch Allowance – Union-Increase to Kshs. 2500 for all Grades / Management-Retain SRC Rates

8.Rural House Loan (new item) – Union-Two years salary / Management-Awaiting implementation as per SRC Rates

9.Long Service Bonus Award: –
Union- 10 years - ¼ month gross salary
15 years - ½ month gross salary
20 years – 1 month gross salary
25 years – 1 ½ month gross salary
30 years – 2 month gross salary
35 years 2 ½ month gross salary
Management- Not sustainable considering the
huge Financial implications


Our next meeting is scheduled for 16th March 2017 and we believe the Management will come with reasonable offers to enable us conclude the CBA. In case the Management will not come with acceptable offers, we shall revert back to you to decide on the way forward.

Meanwhile, we thank you very much for your continued support and urge you to remain united as we fight for our rights.

Yours faithfully,


Benson O. Okwaro
GENERAL SECRETARY

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STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH TELKOM (K) MANAGEMENT

Date: 22nd February, 2017

To All Unionisable Employees Telkom (K) Limited P.O. Box 30301-00100 NAIROBI

Dear Brothers/Sisters,

RE: STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH TELKOM (K) MANAGEMENT

We wish to bring to your attention that we have held three (3) meetings with Telkom Management with the latest one being on 20th February 2017. During the meetings, little progress has been made and so far the following items have been agreed upon:
1.Burial Allowance - i) Employee - 120,000
ii)Spouse - 100,000
iii)Child - 80,000 All these include Mortuary and Transport cost.
2.Overtime - To be retained as in the CBA
3.Leave, Commuter and House Allowance - To be consolidated as before.
4.Annual Leave - 30 days for R5/4
5.Loans from banks
6.Appointment
7.Probation
8.Hours of Work
9.Public Holiday
10.Compassionate Leave
11.Violation of Agreement
12.Maternity Leave
13.Termination and Resignation
14.Retirement
15.Sick Leave
16.Overtime
17.Subsistence Allowance Outside Kenya
18.Driving Allowance
19.Redundancy
20.Other terms and conditions of service
21.Effective date.

The Following item still remains outstanding:
1.Salary - Union - 50% for two years Management 1% for two years.
2.Introduction
3.Risk Allowance
4.Shift Allowance
5.Call out Allowance
6.Network Management Allowance
7.Fibre Fixed Allowance
8.Drivers Allowance
9.Hardship Allowance
10.Day Subsistence Allowance
11.Mileage Allowance
12.Medical
13.Transfer Allowance
14.PD Allowance
15.Data Bundle Allowance
16.Applicability of the CBA to include DSA
17.Long Service Award
18.Unionisable Employees
19.Confirmation

Our next meeting is scheduled for 15th March 2017 and we believe this should be our last meeting to conclude the CBA. In case the Management will not come with reasonable offers during this coming meeting we shall revert back to you to decide on the way forward.
In the meantime we thank you for your continued support and urge you to remain united as we fight for our rights.

Yours faithfully,
BENSON O. OKWARO
GENERAL SECRETARY

Link


STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH KBC MANAGEMENT

To All Unionisable Employees
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation
P.O. Box 30456
NAIROBI

Dear Brothers/Sisters,

RE: STATE OF CBA NEGOTIATIONS WITH KBC MANAGEMENT

As you are aware, our CBA Negotiations for the years 2016/2018 with the Management of KBC are ongoing; and so far we have held four (4) meetings and little progress has been made especially on items with monetary implications. Listed here below are the actual positions on each items:

RETAINED/AGREED ITEMS
1. Hours of work
2. Overtime/extra time worked
3. Public holidays
4. Annual leave – increased from 27 to 30 days
5. Compassionate leave
6. Sick leave
7. Sickness during annual leave
8. Maternity leave
9. Paternity leave
10. Medical scheme
11. Appointment
12. Probation period
13. Confirmation of Appointment
14. Contract terms
15. Acting appointment
16. Promotion
17. Night/subsistence/lunch & breakfast allowance
18. Mileage allowance
19. Extraneous allowance
20. News allowance – bulletins allowance
21. Commission on sales & revenue collection
22. Danger allowance
23. Transfer allowance
24. Hardship allowance
25. Entertainment & Telephone allowance
26. Subsistence allowance outside Kenya
27. Out of pocket allowance for sportsmen & women
28. Salary advance
29. Loans for purchase of motor vehicle/motor cycle
30. Car overhaul advance
31. Loan to purchase or construct a house
32. Out of pocket allowance while attending courses within Kenya
33. Benevolent allowance/Burial allowance
34. Language allowance – Agreed
35. Charge ship allowance – Agreed
36. Union representation in pension scheme – New item agreed upon
37. Certificate of service – New item agree upon
38. Termination
39. Resignation
40. Retirement
41. Redundancy - Agreed
42. Health and safety and environment
43. Disciplinary cases
44. Union subscription
45. Violation of Negotiated agreement
46. Effective date 1st July 2017.

OUTSTANDING ITEMS
1.Salary - Union-40% (20% -1st year, 20% -2nd year) / Management- 4% (2% year1&2, 2% year 3&4)

2.Annual Increment - Union-5% / Management-4.6%

3.Special Duty – Union- 20% of basic pay / Managent-10% of basic pay

4.House Allowance – Union-Increase by 60% / Management-Retain SRC Rates

5.Commuter Allowance – Union- Increase by 20% / Management-Retain SRC Rates

6.Leave Allowance – Union- Increase by Kshs. 4000 across the board / Management-Retain SRC Rates

7.Meal Allowance & Lunch Allowance – Union-Increase to Kshs. 2500 for all Grades / Management-Retain SRC Rates

8.Rural House Loan (new item) – Union-Two years salary / Management-Awaiting implementation as per SRC Rates

9.Long Service Bonus Award: –
Union- 10 years - ¼ month gross salary
15 years - ½ month gross salary
20 years – 1 month gross salary
25 years – 1 ½ month gross salary
30 years – 2 month gross salary
35 years 2 ½ month gross salary
Management- Not sustainable considering the
huge Financial implications


Our next meeting is scheduled for 16th March 2017 and we believe the Management will come with reasonable offers to enable us conclude the CBA. In case the Management will not come with acceptable offers, we shall revert back to you to decide on the way forward.

Meanwhile, we thank you very much for your continued support and urge you to remain united as we fight for our rights.

Yours faithfully,


Benson O. Okwaro
GENERAL SECRETARY

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TELKOM CBA

KBC Task Report

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