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Safaricom to pay sales managers over KES 7 mln for wrongful dismissal in 2018

Wednesday 13 October 2021 | 14:55 CET | News
Kenya's Employment and Labour Relations Court has awarded two former Safaricom senior managers KES 7.2 million for wrongful dismissal, The Nation reported. Justice James Rika said the termination of Charles Muema Munuve and Mary Rono was unfair and not based on valid reasons. He ordered Safaricom to pay Munuve KES 2.98 million and Rono KES 4.22 million. equivalent to eight and seven months' gross salary respectively, in compensation for unfair termination.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Huawei / Safaricom
Countries: Kenya
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