Driving Kenya’s prosperity


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Who are we?


FKE was established in 1959 under the Trade Union Act Cap 233 to represent the collective interest of employers Kenya.


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Mission


To promote an enabling socio-economic environment to enhance industry competitiveness.


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Vision


To be the leading employers’ organization globally, supporting enterprises for sustainable socio-economic development.


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The Voice of Employers


FKE represents the interests of thousands of its members from businesses, enterprises and organizations large and small and in all business sectors across Kenya. 


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Supporting Employers


FKE is Kenya’s leading provider of Industrial Relations and Employment Law expertise with services encompassing representation, consultation, negotiation, training and advice.


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2nd Employer of the Year Awards

2018 Employer of The Year Awar…

Tobacco manufacturing company emerged the overall... Read more >>

FKE Employer of the Year Award…

It was all glitters and glam... Read more >>

OFFICIAL PUBLIC HOLIDAYS DURIN…

  We refer to the many requests... Read more >>

FKE CALLS FOR DIALOGUE AND RES…

  Nairobi, 9th December 2016: The Federation... Read more >>

World AIDS Day 2016: Statement…

  Theme: Employment is key in the... Read more >>

Productivity core to future jo…

  Labour Cabinet Secretary Phyllis Kandie has... Read more >>

Guy Ryder re-elected as ILO Di…

The Governing Body of the International... Read more >>

FKE leads TSC to Unprecedented…

  The Teachers Service Commission, the Kenya... Read more >>

Meeting Highlights Critical Ro…

  Africa’s employers made key contributions to... Read more >>

FKE tips Chinese employers on …

  Chinese multinationals expecting to set shop... Read more >>

FKE and NSSF Form Team to Revi…

  FKE and the National Social Security... Read more >>

Tripatite Partners Discuss Fut…

  FKE, the Government and COTU-Kenya have... Read more >>

328th ILO Governing Body Under…

  The 328th Session of the ILO... Read more >>

Employers urged to seize SDG m…

  African employers have been asked seize... Read more >>

Government declares September …

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President signs banking act in…

  President Uhuru Kenyatta has signed into... Read more >>

FKE elects new leaders as jobs…

  Mr. Mark Obuya is the National... Read more >>

FKE Executive Director Jacqueline Mugo introduces the newly elected National President of FKE Mr. Mark Obuya to members at the 57th National AGM.

Election of members of the FKE…

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President Kenyatta: Let’s grow…

  President Uhuru Kenyatta has commended the... Read more >>

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FKE Staff retreat planning https://t.co/MTi8BkPeeh
@FKEKenya Team on a retreat to go through the 2018 - 2022 Strategic plan that is aimed at improving service deliver… https://t.co/XTvqTmH9YT
RT @22Orapak: Ensure effective implementation of the curriculum by the tertiary institutions. Provide policy guidelines which will lead the…
RT @22Orapak: Suggestion for the government: Need to review curriculum to meet labour needs-Putting more practical oriented units, ensurin…
RT @Jacquelinemugo2: @FKEKenya The Skills Mismatch survey outcomes has opened up avenues for better collaboration between industry and ter…
RT @teddyeugene: For Kenya to be an industrialised and middle income country as anticipated in Vision 2030, there is need for heavy commitm…
RT @teddyeugene: Every year, about 10,000 students graduate from university. But of these, 7,000 do not have the skills required by the job…
RT @ciryan_nelson: The Kenyan job market, just like any other sector is changing fast. This can be attributed to a number of factors, key a…
RT @VictorMochere: Vertical skills mismatch: The level of education or qualification is less or more than required. Horizontal skills mism…
RT @waithash: Jobs are available in Kenya, but the challenge is getting skilled talent. We need more organizations that focus on upskilling…
Incase you missed the FKE Skills Mismatch Survey 2017 report, please log on on our facebook https://t.co/ib1egGzLCQ for live presentations
RT @FaithArimba: #FKESkillsMismatch Uptake of master’s degree courses is on the rise in the job market offering competition for job positio…
RT @teddyeugene: Grades are never enough, what difference can you bring to the job that you have been hired to. #FKESkillsMismatch @TifaRes
RT @22Orapak: Skills mismatch by labour economists leads to wastage and impedes kenya's global competitiveness and leads to unemployment am…
RT @Itsmboya_k: Foremost, is the need to enhance youth employability by addressing the skills mismatch between education and labour market…
RT @FaithArimba: Employers in Kenya are increasingly shunning away graduates from Public Universities because of the poor quality of course…
RT @teddyeugene: #FKESkillsMismatch there is a rising concern over employees getting jobs that they are not qualified for.
RT @RoyalKenyah: #FKESkillsMismatch Every year, universities in Kenya churn out tens of thousands of graduates. Unfortunately, majority of…
RT @Itsmboya_k: Honestly employees should be realistic. Imagine you are just fresh from campus and you are supposed to have 10 years of wor…
RT @22Orapak: Kenya currently requires more trained craftsmen, artisans, technicians and technologists to bridge a biting skills gap and ki…
RT @FaithArimba: #FKESkillsMismatch Nearly half of Kenyan adults lack employment despite several years or months of job seeking. This espec…
RT @teddyeugene: #FKESkillsMismatch exists between the demands of the current global marketplace and the skills thousands of young people h…
RT @ItsJnShine: Unemployment is a very sensitive issue in Kenya. So today, @TifaResearch just realised the #FKESkillsMismatch survey and y…
RT @TifaResearch: Emerging Skills or competency #FKESkillsMismatch survey https://t.co/3Eg8Oq9SIn
RT @WekuloNasokho: Very well noted. It is never a one size fits all approach. It may well mean tailoring actions to suit different organiza…