3)  Highlights of the Five New Labour Laws

We have compiled a simplified book on the New Labour Laws which were enacted into law in the year 2007.

The book is meant to assist employers and other interested parties to understand easily the New Labour laws.

The purpose of this book is to provide readers with key highlights of the New labour laws. The relevant and material aspects have been cited and simplified for easy understanding. The commentaries of this Acts vary from some been verbatim extracts.

However, they are not intended to be used as substitute to the original Acts. It is essential for employers and employees to have knowledge on implications of the New Labour Laws.  The book covers the following labour Acts.

1) The Employment Act, No 11 of 2007
2) The Labour Institutions Act, No 12 of 2007
3) The Work Injury Benefits Act, No 13 of 2007
4) The Labour Relations Act, No 14 of 2007
5) The Occupational Safety & Health Act, No 15 of 2007. Read More on The New Labour Laws


4) Highlights of the New Employment Act, 2007 and The Industrial Court Act, 2011

One of the most import, ant development in the industrial and labour relations in Kenya is the enactment of the Employment Act 2007 and the Industrial Court Act, 2011.

The two pieces of registration are expected to have far reaching effects on matters related to Industrial and employment relations.

The Employment Acts 2007 is designed to regulate all matters concerning employment matters, employees and employe's rights and salary regulations.

The Industrial Court is established with the aim of having a court with the status of a superior court which shall have jurisdiction on all matters related to industrial and labour relations and settlement of disputes emanating from employment and trade unions.

Cyka consultants have found it necessary to compile a book containing both Acts to assist employer and the general public with information on matters related to industrial and employment relations. Read More New Employment Act, 2007 and The Industrial Court Act, 2011


5) Focus on Nairobi County By-Laws.

A survey conducted by a research team from Cyka Consultant has revealed a surprising general lack of awareness and ignorance of rules and regulation contained in the Nairobi County By-laws.

Among the many cases brought before the City's Magistrate Court, a good number of them are for offenses relating to traffic Act, non-payment of parking fees, hawking illegally and general nuisance By-laws.

This book contains 18 by-laws in force and is intended to create awareness among the business community and also the general public about the By-laws.

A section showing a list of Nairobi County Council current business license fees & charges is also included. Read More on Nairobi County By-Laws


6). Landlords and Tenants Guide

We have compiled a guide governing landlords and tenants relationship.

The book covers the following acts:-

(1) The Rent Restrictions Act, Cap 296.

(2) The Landlords and Tenants (Shops, Hotels and Catering Establishments) Act, Cap 301.

(3) The Distress for the Rent Act, Cap 293         

The Book also contains various rules and regulations as published by the relevant Ministries and should be read alongside the above acts namely, Cap 296 and 301. Read More on Landlords and Tenants Guide


7) The Kenya Sacco Guide

We have complied a guide covering the history, development, regulations and controls of Sacco industry in Kenya.

The book tries to answer some of the questions that you may wish to  know concerning the Sacco societies, Bosa, Fosa and the industry in general.

The guide covers all the rules and legislative procedures for starting and operating a Sacco Society in Kenya. It describes what a Sacco is and outlines  the history, development and range of products that Saccos are permitted to transact  under the Sacco Act, No.14 of 2008, which gives  SASRA powers to regulate and punish  defaulters under the Act.

It is a valuable tool which every Sacco manager or official will find  useful as they go about the day today management of their respective Saccos.