Mywage.org/Kenya is connected to the international WageIndicator Network. It was launched in 2011 to contribute to a more transparent labour market for workers and employers.
COTU (K) Joins the global labour movement in solidarity to celebrate the 2016 World Day for Decent Work .
The Central Organization of Trade Unions, COTU (K) is the National Trade Union Center in Kenya. COTU (K) was founded in 1965 upon dissolution of the Kenya Federation of Labor and the African Workers’ Congress (KFL – AWC). COTU (K) is registered and operates within the provisions of the Labour Relations Act, 2007 of the […]
The Kenya Plantation and Agricultural Workers Union, KPAWU, which represents more than 400,000 workers in Plantation Agriculture in the country including tea, coffee and horticulture is deeply concerned and distressed by the action taken by a sisal farm associated with Baringo Senator Hon.
The COTU-(K) Delegation led by the Secretary General Bro. Francis Atwoli attending first Workers Group meeting at the International Labour Conference in Geneva, Switzerland.
Last Friday 29th April 2016, President Uhuru Kenyatta Invited the Secretary General of the Central Organization of Trade Unions (COTU-K) to honour and congratulate him for being awarded the National Order of Merit by the Algeria President Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
“ECONOMIC PAPER FOR DECISION MAKING IN TRADE UNIONS IN KENYA” BY OWIDHI GEORGE OTIENO ECONOMIST CENTRAL ORGANIZATION OF TRADE UNIONS –COTU (K) APRIL 2016
The Central Organisation of Trade Unions COTU-(K) and Federation of Kenya Employers (FKE) held a meeting to evaluate the Wage Indicator Initiative. This is an an online platform where workers can report employers who are not complying with labour laws on minimum wages. The new initiative is aimed at fighting for workers’ rights by creating a […]
ECONOMIC PAPER FOR DECISION MAKING IN TRADE UNIONS IN KENYA BY OWIDHI GEORGE OTIENO ECONOMIST CENTRAL ORGANIZATION OF TRADE UNIONS COTU (K) MARCH 2016
The Kenya Plantation and Agricultural Workers Union, KPAWU as a Trade Union organisation representing workers in the Plantation Agriculture including the tea sector is concerned about the spirited efforts that have since been mounted by employers within the tea sector portraying the sector as having earned them poorly in revenue.(See DN Tuesday, March 22, 2016 […]