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Get the latest insights and perspectives
The Employers’ Annual Conference gathers inspiring speakers to share their insight and perspectives.
Please note that program details are subject to change as the team finalizes plans with our speakers and participants.
FKE National President
FKE Executive Director / CEO
Cabinet Secretary – Ministry of Labour & Social Protection
Secretary General – International Organization of Employers
Employers Global Spokesperson
Vice Chancellor – Strathmore University
CEO Digital – Technobrain
Executive Director – Association of Lesotho Employers & Business
JOIN US AT THE EMPLOYERS' ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Meet, Learn and Share experiences from Chief Executive Officers, Director, Entrepreneurs, Policy Makers, Private Sector Leaders from the region and globally.
The Employers’ Annual Conference is the platform that brings together employers in Kenya and from the Region to discuss and assess the impact of Covid -19 on enterprises, establish key priorities for enterprise survival and craft a joint vision for the future. Come learn from industry players on where Employers are ? What are the skills needed for the future? How to reengineer the workplace in light of the current changes globally.
The Federation conducts advocacy for policy influence on behalf of employers at the tripartite level involving the Government, Employers and Trade Unions/Workers. FKE has excellent working relationships with top organs in the sector and is represented on the board of the International Labour Organization (ILO), International Organization of Employers (IOE) and the Business Africa – Employers Confederation (BA).
Our mission is to improve the business environment for employers through advocacy, effective representation, social dialogue, and provision of value adding services.
Visit www.fke-kenya.org to learn more about the Federation of Kenya Employers.
PeC was later rebranded into BUSINESSAfrica – employers Confederation in 2012. BUSINESSAfrica is the recognized voice of employers in Africa and mainly works in the areas of labour, employment and social affairs and within the context of international organizations including; the International Organization of Employers (IoE), the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the African Union (AU) among others.
The membership of BusinessAfrica is drawn from African employers’ organizations spread out from over 45 African countries from all the regions of the continent.
Visit www.businessafrica-emp.org to learn more about BUSINESSAfrica Employers’ Confederation.