Telkom Kenya to seek Supreme Court ruling on Redundancy Payments

Telkom Kenya to appeal to the Supreme Court against a judgment below , which should make a payment of Sh3.2 billion euros ( 37 million dollars) for former employees .

The problem stems from the different levels of redundancy pay offered to staff performing similar functions , which was justified by the company as being based on different contracts they have signed up to .

Around 11,000 people were affected by the contraction in 2006.

Several lower court upheld the employee claims compensation equal.

The company is now seeking an appeal to the Supreme Court on the grounds that the case is of “great public importance ” because the company was majority owned by the government at the time of dismissal .

Layers are former employees disagree naturally , noting that the company is currently majority owned by Orange France .

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