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TO RESTORE AND REVAMP

HUMAN RESOURCE CAPITAL, INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS AND SOCIAL WELFARE IN THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY!

Our Background

Kenya Hotels and Allied Workers Union was registered in 1999 to provide professional services to members in the Hotels, Restaurants, Casinos, Catering and similar establishments providing lodging, food, Beverages or both, establishments offering Tourism services, clubs and all Guest Houses, Camping sites, Golf clubs and all projects related to them.

MEMBERSHIP

Any working persons in the Industry irrespective of sex, race, color, language, religion, political affiliation, ethnicity, social origins, disability or HIV status and above 18 years of age can become a member of the Union upon payment of the prescribed subscriptions and monthly fees and dues.

The monthly dues and contributions are paid on conditions for membership and shall not fall into arrears of over three months.

Membership is through Check-Offs system collectively or individually pursuant to section 41 of the constitution of Kenya and sections 4, 48, 49 and 52 of the Labour Relations Act 2007, laws of Kenya.

Upon admission, a member shall be bound by the Union constitution.

RIGHTS OF MEMBERS / WORKERS

Right to join Kenya Hotels and Allied Workers union as enshrined in the Constitution of Kenya.

Rights to Negotiate Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA)

Right to uphold and protect the Kenyan and Union Constitutions, the Labour Laws and Collective Bargaining Agreement entered.

Right to Freedom of Association.

KHAWU

WHY US:

AND NOT OTHERS TO REPRESENT WORKERS IN THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY (where Food, Drinks, Accommodation and related projects are offered.)

1.    Industrial Relations Charter.

2.    Professionals: our staff work in the Hospitality Industry. The details at the work place are explicitly industrious.

3.    Qualified Industrial court Officers with long standing experience and Industrial Relations.

4.    Offices open Countrywide each day.

REPRESENTATION:

Kenya Hotels and Allied Workers Union represents her Members at Three Levels:

1) At the Industry/Establishment.

2) At the Ministry of Labour and County Labour Offices.

3) At the Labour and Employment Court of Kenya.

VISION:

To restore and revamp Human Resource Capital, Industrial Relations and Social welfare in the hospitality Industry.

MISSION:

To regulate, improve and Harmonize Industrial Relations between Employees and Employers.

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INFRASTRUCTURE. (Basic Systems and Services)

Kenya Hotels operates under basic systems and services for her members through the following:
  1. Constitution of Kenya
  2. Negotiated Collective Bargaining Agreements. 
  3. Ministry wage amendment Orders provided annually.
  4. Regulation of wages, Hotels and Catering Trades Order Cap 229 – Laws of Kenya
  5. Employment Act 2007 – Laws of Kenya.
  6. Labour Institutions Act 2007 - Laws of Kenya.
  7. Work Injury Benefits Act 2007 - Laws of Kenya.
  8. The Labour Institutions Act 2007 - Laws of Kenya.
  9. The Occupational Safety and Health Act 2007 - Laws of Kenya.
  10. The Labour and Employment Court of Kenya
  11. The Labour Relations Act 2007 – Laws of Kenya.

SPECIFIC REPRESENTATION

The Union represents her members in the following specifics;
Negotiated comprehensive Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) covering but not limited to;
  1. Staff appointment.
  2. Annual, Maternal, Paternal and Compassionate leaves.
  3. Allowances; Leave, Travelling, House, Transport, Uniforms, Protective Clothing, Acting and Medical.
  4. Overtime and Public Holidays
  5. Off-days Safety and Health
  6. Statutory deductions i.e. NHIF, NSSF, PAYE, SACCO and such funds approved by Members.
  7. Termination.
  8. Seasonal, Contract and Permanent terms of Employment.
  9. Protection of individual’s dues and benefits.
  10. Wages and all emoluments affecting members.

UNION STAFF

The union has elected officials and staff on full time basis (latter) in the following departments;
1.    Industrial relations
2.    Dispute
3.    Organization and recruitment
4.    Accounts
5.    Education
6.    Support Staff
7.    Gender
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SAVA WYCLIFFE MUNDU
General Secretary

GENERAL SECRETARY MESSAGE

KHAWU is vested with the mandate to regulate and improve employers and employees relations. We strive to accomplish the commitment conferred in its charter as premier institution to harmonize industrial relations. Comprehensive Industry benevolent liberalization of stifling legislative regulations have indeed been the epitome of our focus.

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