Ktga Cba Agreement

66. It is customary for the parties to have been mediated following the notification to the Minister and for a certificate of disagreement to have been issued on 22 October 2014. The parties have the right, under section 62 of the Labour Relations Act, to report a commercial dispute to the Minister who, in return, appoints a conciliator in accordance with the provisions of section 65 of the Act, and if there is no resolution of the dispute, a certificate of disagreement is issued in accordance with section 69 (a) of the Act. “The deal means that the current Sh11, 775 basic treatments for the weakest unionized tea pickers will rise to Sh15,950,” said KTGA chief Apollo Kiarii. 8. The union proposes, with regard to the disputed points, an increase in the rate of pay from 50% for two (2) years, to 25% each, in order to cover the reference period, given that purchasing power results from the modification of consumer price indices; productivity; reducing the gap at the poverty line; and wage differentials. These tips should be increased from the current 22 days to 27 days for each full year of service, in recognition of continuous service; increase in annual leave from 26 to 27 days for long-term employees over 5 years of age; increase the annual travel package by 12% per year to compensate for changes in transport costs; Medical treatment and sick leave are suggested to increase from 27,000.00 to 32,000.00 and a subsidy of 4 days of leave with full salary. . . .