20 Reasons for joining and paying up for your FKE Membership:

 

1. As a member, you have at your disposal, a wide range of services offered by highly qualified team of Legal & Industrial Relations experts, who provide both labour specific legal advice and representation at the Ministry of labour, social security and services office for free, and at Industrial courts at discounted rates.

2. FKE has a wide nation-wide geographical coverage, hence bringing services at your door step from the regional offices. 

3. FKE members benefit from the advocacy and lobbying on policies and regulations that govern employers on behalf of members both locally and internationally.

4. Well qualified Management and training consultants, who enable member organization to benefit  and embrace the culture of best practices at work place

5. FKE members also benefit from trainings, which are  carried out throughout the year with  an option of in-house and open courses; all are offered to members at discounted rates and assurance of National Industrial Training Authority refund

6. Advice on workplace employee wellness and policy Implementation

7. At the Federation, members benefit from policy documents and statistics that facilitate business practice.

8. Representation on various national committees, boards, and government policy formulation discussions key to our members

9. Members enjoy the organized quarterly forums that allow business networking and partnership within the membership base

10. FKE is involved in national budget proposals and post budget implementation analysis

11. Strategic Corporate Social responsibility activities and sensitization sessions for members

12. Sharing of well researched information on economic indicators and labour issues

13. Secretariat  Services to Trade Associations

14. Exclusive access to FKE resource centres countrywide

15. Exclusive access to FKE online resources; weekly e-shots and Quarterly Newsletter

16. Opportunity to advertise in FKE Annual Report and Website at discounted rates

17. Participation during FKE Open day: Annual event to exhibit FKE services

18. Opportunities of business leads through networking platforms with our vast Membership

19. Proof of Member-based Membership  in good standing

20. Opportunities to partner with FKE in various activities to market your products

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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…
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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…