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Que: My fixed term contract ends on 31st December, 2015 yet I have been placed on compulsory leave for 90 days, ending 31st January, 2016; should I take it that my contract has been renewed?

Ans: No, your contract will end automatically upon expiry of its term unless otherwise expressly informed.


2.

Que: My fixed term contract ends on 31st December, 2015, I’m I entitled to notice of termination?

Ans: No, the essence of a fixed term contract is that its end date is known right from the beginning and therefore no notice is required.

About Anne Babu

Anne is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya and the Founding Partner of Anne Babu & Co. She has practised employment law for over 12 years and her employment law practice has been recognized by the prestigious Chambers & Partners. Anne cares about employers and their labour issues.


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Comments

  1. Charles Njue says:

    Hi Anne, I am amazed by what you are doing here, keep it up and God bless you. My question is whether someone on a fixed term contract, say for 3 months for instance, is entitled to annual leave and service pay? TIA

    1. Anne Babu says:

      Asante.
      Yes, the person is entitled to annual leave. Service pay is only due if the person is not on NSSF or if provided in the contract.

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