Kenya Airways shed workers by voluntary redundancies

Victoria
By Victoria September 5, 2012 14:26

Kenya Airways shed workers by voluntary redundancies

Kenya Airways has confirmed that 126 out of 600 targeted employees have agreed to accept voluntarily redundancy as part of its plan to reduce costs. A temporary ban on job cuts at the carrier was recently lifted by the courts.
The airline called the staff rationalisation program “a success with 126, or 21%, of the estimated 600 members of staff that will leave the airline volunteering to take up the company’s attractive layoff package.”
The voluntary redundancy scheme would save the company about 1.2 billion shillings annually in labour costs.

Victoria
By Victoria September 5, 2012 14:26
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