Tudor Healthcare Limited, a hospital with multiple branches in the bustling coastal county of Mombasa, Kenya, is under fire for exploitative treatment of its healthcare workers.
According to an anonymous insider at the facility, the hospital has not paid its employees since November 2022, leaving many struggling to make ends meet.
The management reportedly cites low financial reserves as the reason for not paying wages, but this justification has been met with frustration and anger among the staff.
The mistreatment of the workforce does not stop there.
The insider claims that the hospital has also failed to honour agreements outlined in employee contracts.
In addition, the hospital has been accused of making deductions for services like NHIF, NSSF, and KRA, even if the employee is not subscribed to them, leaving many with significantly less than what is signed on paper.
To add insult to injury, the hospital is also taking advantage of its employees by requiring them to work extremely long hours, with shifts spanning from 8am to 8pm, leaving little time for rest or family.
This is a clear indication of disregard for their well-being.
In light of these allegations, it is imperative that the management of Tudor Healthcare Limited is held accountable for their actions.
These healthcare workers, who are on the front lines of the fight against illness and disease, deserve to be treated with dignity and respect and paid fairly and on time for the essential services they provide to the community.
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