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Labour Laws Management Training

March 22 - March 23

KES 30000
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KAM invites you to a Labour Laws Management Training on 22 – 23, March 2017 at Nairobi Safari Club.

The training seeks to equip you with the rights and obligations of employers and employees, the requirements of drawing and terminating employment contracts and emerging issues in employee relations.

The training will cover the sources of Labour Law (The Constitution of Kenya, NSSF Act, NHIF Act, NITA Act, and Labour Relations Act), rights and obligations of employers and employees, wage determination, termination of contracts and redundancy procedure among others.

Find attached flier with more details.

Participation fee:  

KES 30, 000 (+16% VAT). Payment can be done through Cash, Cheque drawn to Kenya Association of Manufacturers or via MPESA (Pay Bill No: 825970).     

Go to Lipa na M-PESA, Pay Bill, Enter Business Number which is 825970 then enter Account Number i.e. the Name of Company/Service being paid for e.g. KAM, Labour Training.

NITA NO: NITA/TRN/806. (KAM Trainings are NITA/DIT Reimbursable)

Payments are strictly on or before day of the Seminar

Registration deadline: Open      

For confirmations and registration contact: Catherine Mukoko on email: Catherine.Mukoko@kam.co.ke  or kamconsulting@kam.co.ke.

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Details

Start:
March 22
End:
March 23
Cost:
KES 30000

Venue

Nairobi Safari Club
Nairobi Safari Club
Nairobi, Nairobi Kenya
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