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Take your leave, clock out at five, work will still be there tomorrow

OPINION

WHO study conclusively recommends 35 to 40 hours a week as the most ideal and further warned that working 55 hours.

Take your leave, clock out at five, work will still be there tomorrow

By Judith Mukiri Mwobobia | 4 months ago

Kenya on course to achieving gender equality, President Uhuru says

Kenya on course to achieving gender equality, President Uhuru says

He said women are a critical national asset with great potential to shape, influence and contribute to all spheres of development.

PSCU | 4 months ago

UN labour body picks Britam for its project

Britam was selected based on a proposal to develop new and innovative property insurance solutions for the low-income

Peter Theuri | 1 year ago

Besieged unions must reinvent and soldier on

The arm-twisting by government agencies has affected unions’ capacity to mobilise workers, and accordingly to play a major progressive role in society

Wilson Sossion | 1 year ago

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