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SPECIAL ISSUE 217 Kenya Gazette Supplement No.

48 0th June, 2011 (Legislative Supplement No.

24) LEGAL NOTICE NO.

63 LABOUR INSTITUTIONS ACT (No.

12 of 2007) IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 46 of the Labour Institutions Act, 2007, the Minister for Labour makes the following Order: THE REGULATION OF WAGES (AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRY) (AMENDMENT) ORDER, 2011.

This Order may be cited as the Regulation of Wages (Agricultural Industry) (Amendment) Order, 2011, and shall be deemed to have come into operation on the 1st May, 2011.

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The Regulation of Wages (Agricultural Industry) Order is amended by deleting the Schedule thereto and inserting the following new Schedule: Sub.

Leg.

SCHEDULE BASIC MINIMUM CONSOLIDATED WAGES Occupation Per Month KSh.

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Per Day KSh.

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Unskilled employee ,765 58 10 Stockman, herdsman, watchman ,348 84 15 Skilled and Semi-skilled Employees: Per Month KSh.

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Per Day KSh.

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House servant or cook ,298 63 70 Farm foreman ,792 87 00 Farm clerk ,792 87 00 Senior foreman ,397 87 00 Farm artisan ,500 91 30 Tractor driver ,772 02 70 Combined harvester driver ,257 23 10 Lorry driver or car driver ,517 33 90 Dated the 3rd June, 2011.

JOHN MUNYES, Minister for Labour.

LEGAL NOTICE NO.

64 THE LABOUR INSTITUTIONS ACT (No.

12 of 2007) IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 46 of the Labour Institutions Act, the Minister for Labour makes the following Order: THE REGULATION OF WAGES (GENERAL) (AMENDMENT) ORDER, 2011.

This Order may be cited as the Regulation of Wages (General) (Amendment) Order, 2011, and shall be deemed to have come into operation on the 1st May, 2011.

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The Regulation of Wages (General) Order is amended by deleting the Schedule thereto and inserting the following new Schedule: Sub.

Leg.

SCHEDULE.

BASIC MINIMUM MONTHLY WAGES (EXCLUSIVE OF HOUSING ALLOWANCE).

MINIMUM DAILY AND HOURLY RATES (INCLUSIVE OF HOUSING ALLOWANCE) COLUMN 1 COLUMN 2 COLUMN 3 COLUMN 4 Occupation Nairobi, Mombasa and Kisumu Cities All municipalities and Mavoko, Ruiru and Limuru Town Councils All Other Areas Monthly contract per month Daily rate Hourly rateMonthly contract per month Daily rate Hourly rateMonthly contract per month Daily rate Hourly rateKSh.

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Cts.General labourer including cleaner, sweeper, gardener, childrens ayah, house servant, day watchman, messenger ,586 64 95 7 80 ,999 35 40 2 00 ,047 05 15 2 30Miner, stone cutter, turn boy, waiter, cook, logger line cutter ,193 64 95 3 85 ,269 48 20 2 80 ,676 31 15 7 60Night watchman8,463 406 1076 307,846 378 4069 454,827 232 9044 55 Machine attendant, sawmill sawyer, machine assistant, mass production machinist, shoe cutter, bakery worker, bakery assistant, tailors assistant ,598 13 10 9 25 ,001 86 95 0 15 ,485 13 20 8 30Machinist (made-to-measure), shoe upper preparer, chaplis maker, vehicle service worker (petrol and service stations), bakery plant hand, laundry operator, junior clerk, wheeled tractor driver (light) ,815 72 95 8 05 ,182 42 00 2 70 ,507 63 05 7 80Printing machine operator, bakery machine operator, plywood machine operator, sawmill dresser, shop assistant, machine tool operator, dough maker, table hand baker or confectioner, copy-typist, driver (cars and light vans) 0,239 92 40 2 15 ,450 54 15 4 10 ,811 75 30 9 45Pattern designer (draughts-man), garment and dress cutter, single hand oven man, charge-hand baker, general clerk, telephone operator, receptionist, storekeeper 1,684 61 75 05 30 0,682 13 80 4 65 ,108 36 60 1 60Tailor, driver (medium-sized vehicle) 2,877 19 75 14 60 1,835 70 05 05 40 0,553 15 30 4 60Dyer, crawler tractor driver, salesman 4,216 81 80 27 80 3,264 38 30 18 85 1,971 74 65 05 60Saw doctor, caretaker (buildings) 5,732 57 60 41 60 4,690 07 35 31 85 3,685 57 85 22 40Cashier, driver (heavy commercial vehicle), salesman- driver 7,118 24 20 54 20 6,109 75 15 45 60 5,104 26 00 35 85Ungraded artisan10,239 492 4092 109,450454 1584 107,811 375 3069 45 Artisan Grade III12,877 619 75114 6011,835 570 05105 4010,533 515 3094 65 Artisan Grade II13,908 681 80127 8013,264 690 85118 8511,971 574 65105 65 Artisan Grade I17,118 824 20154 2016,109775 45145 6015,104 726 00135 85 Dated the 3rd June, 2011.

JOHN MUNYES, Minister for Labour.

Kenya Subsidiary Legislation, 2011 Kenya Subsidiary Legislation, 2011 PAGE 221 PAGE 222.

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