Kenya power and lightning is one of the key companies that benefits the government when it come to security matters. The government is seen to have given more focus in this sector.
According to NTV kenya, Kenya power is one of the affected sectors during this Covid 19 pandemic. As a result of this the company planned to lay down some employees as a result of poor returns. According to a report from Kenya power, their plan to lay off some workers may not kickoff as planned.
The Managing director Benard Ngugi said that the electricity distributors would not send them home as it earlier indicated in tender documents. It was noticed that there was much worry on the side of workers as the company planned to lay off over their workforce.
It was reported that laying off some workforce was a strategy to help minimize on the cost as they maximize on the profit for the business. The announcement was reported to have created a sense of relief to the workers.
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