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Safaricom CEO in a Tight Corner After Francis Atwoli Issues This Tough Statement

Central Organisatioon of Trade Unions COTU boss Francis Atwoli has come to the rescue of thousands of Safaricom workers who are likely to lose their job.

Through a statement that is likely to put Safaricom CEO in a tight corner, Francis Atwoli has noted that the new work model being adopted by the leading telecommunications network service provider is unacceptable.

He has noted that the model would end up affecting the lives of several of the employees of the company who might end up losing their livelihoods. “It has come to our attention that that Safaricom PLC is on a mission to restructure its mode of management whilst at the same time doing away with some of its employees Even though as COTU we don’t have control over the management style employees adopt from time to time, we are highly concerned about the prospects of job security with the implementation of certain management styles,”part of the statement by Francis Atwoli.

He continues to note that, “It is unacceptable for Safaricom to come up with new models of management that would end up affecting the lives and livelihoods of many. As @COTU_K we are opposed to such models considering they go against ILO conventions on protection of jobs.”Francis Atwoli. https://t.co/fYHRiSMQSi

“If Mr Peter Ndegwa doesn’t stop this forthwith, we appeal to the board of directors at Safaricom PLC including other shareholders to make sure that Mr Ndegwa is relieved of his duties because of his poor management style that seeks to maximize profits at the expense of their employees,”part of the statement by the COTU Secretary General.

He has noted that the new mode goes against the provisions of the International Labour Organisation where Kenya has been a member since 1965. The ILO is devoted to promoting social justice and internationally recognized human and Labour rights, through a decent work agenda and hence Safaricom is against the provisions.

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Central Organisatioon of Trade Unions COTU boss Francis Atwoli has come to the rescue of thousands of Safaricom workers who are likely to lose their job.

Through a statement that is likely to put Safaricom CEO in a tight corner, Francis Atwoli has noted that the new work model being adopted by the leading telecommunications network service provider is unacceptable.

He has noted that the model would end up affecting the lives of several of the employees of the company who might end up losing their livelihoods. “It has come to our attention that that Safaricom PLC is on a mission to restructure its mode of management whilst at the same time doing away with some of its employees Even though as COTU we don’t have control over the management style employees adopt from time to time, we are highly concerned about the prospects of job security with the implementation of certain management styles,”part of the statement by Francis Atwoli.

He continues to note that, “It is unacceptable for Safaricom to come up with new models of management that would end up affecting the lives and livelihoods of many. As @COTU_K we are opposed to such models considering they go against ILO conventions on protection of jobs.”Francis Atwoli.
“If Mr Peter Ndegwa doesn’t stop this forthwith, we appeal to the board of directors at Safaricom PLC including other shareholders to make sure that Mr Ndegwa is relieved of his duties because of his poor management style that seeks to maximize profits at the expense of their employees,”part of the statement by the COTU Secretary General.

He has noted that the new mode goes against the provisions of the International Labour Organisation where Kenya has been a member since 1965. The ILO is devoted to promoting social justice and internationally recognized human and Labour rights, through a decent work agenda and hence Safaricom is against the provisions.

Source:JNews

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