Union in court to seek dues of nurses
SEE ALSO :Lake region economic bloc CEO resignsIn the circular, Oparanya had told his fellow governors that it was not going to be the responsibility of their administrations to deduct union fees from health workers and remit to their union. The governor said nurses were to be paid their full salaries to enable them pay their union dues if they wished.
Filed a suitThe union had sued the county public service boards of Kilifi, Kwale, Tana River and Taita Taveta counties, the Ministry of Public Service, Youth and Gender, the State Department for Public Service, and Oparanya. The union has also filed a suit against the county public service boards of Nakuru and Narok counties in the Nakuru Employment and Labour Relations Court over the same matter. David Omulama, the union’s industrial relations officer, said the two counties had refused to deduct the expected dues from eligible employees.
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