Employers have a duty to draw a contract of service and stating employment particulars.

Employers have a duty to draw a contract of service and stating employment particulars. Section 9[2] of the Employment Act 2007 requires an Employer to put a contract in writing indicating that the Employee has consented to the terms and conditions offered by the employer. In Fedelix Mwendwa Muli v Bamburi Cement Limited [2018] eKLR .
The Respondent had fulfilled the requirement of Section 9[2] of the Employment Act, through its offer of employment. All the particulars required to be given under the law, were given. The claimant even consented to this by signing an Acceptance letter. An Employer-Employee relationship was created once the Employee and his Witness, signed the Acceptance Form.http://kenyalaw.org/caselaw/cases/view/148880/

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