Kenya's labor laws have undergone a major transformation in recent years, with the adoption of new laws in 2007 and 2010. These new laws have had a significant impact on the relationship between employers and employees, and have created new opportunities for both parties.
One of the key changes brought about by the new labor laws is the increased protection for employees. The laws now provide for a number of rights for employees, including the right to freedom of association, the right to collective bargaining, and the right to a safe working environment.
Another key change is the increased emphasis on mediation and arbitration in the resolution of labor disputes. This has helped to reduce the number of labor disputes that go to court, and has saved employers and employees time and money.
Plass Advocates has extensive experience in advising employers on the implications of the new labor laws. We can help you understand your rights and obligations as an employer, and we can help you develop a compliant HR strategy.
We have a proven track record of success in helping employers avoid and resolve labor disputes. We have acted for a wide range of clients, including private and public universities, banks and financial institutions, devolved government and county assemblies.
Contact us today to discuss your labor law needs as we help you understand your legal obligations.