Public service employees have for the past decade been going on strikes, demonstrating on the streets, calling for a helping hand from the government bodies to try and listen to their pleas. The workers have been warned by court over plans to strike.
This follows with their demand for salary increments because of their hectic duties in handling patients, and in general, treatment of I’ll citizens within the country.
In relation to this, A Kisumu county court has issued the Kakamega County and its wellbeing laborers one month to attempt to accommodate taking after a strike notice issued by the health laborers.
Kisumu Employment and Labor Relations Court Judge Maureen Onyango decided on Thursday that the two gatherings ought to show up before the Kakamega County work office to determine a pay rates question.
The Kenya Union of Nurses issued a strike notice on January 11 what’s more, 13 cautioning the Kakamega County Service Board of the arranged strike. To stop the strike the area, through its Public Service Board, recorded an application under a testament of desperation asking the court to mediate in the debate.
The laborers recorded among their grievances, postponed advancements and pay expands, poor working conditions and badgering of medical attendants.
On Thursday, Justice Onyango coordinated: “The gatherings are coordinated to go for compromise before the (Kakamega) County work office and the report ought to be documented in court inside of 30 days.”