Redundancy notices – update
2 months ago
Issue only one notice, Court of Appeal says…Africa Nazarene University v David Mutevu & 103 others  eKLR.
The Industrial Court has, in past decisions, held that 2 notices are required – the first one being a notice of intention to declare redundancy issued to the employee and the labour officer or to the union and the labour officer (where the employee is unionisable) and the second one being the termination notice. The Court of Appeal has, however, clarified that only the first notice is required. The notice period should be in accordance with the contract but should not be less than 30 days.
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