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KQ ordered to reinstate retrenched workers

03 December 2012, 15:26

Nairobi - The Standard reports that, the Industrial Court has ordered Kenya Airways to reinstate 400 retrenched employees by Tuesday.

In a ruling delivered on Monday, the Industrial court ruled that the employees were wrongfully terminated.

KQ retrenched staff in September in a bid to cut costs but the moved was challenged in the Industrial court.

- For more details visit the Standard

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