page geneva;”>Workers said their monthly salary had been reduced from Shs700, 000 to Shs120, 000, a move they said was “completely unacceptable.”
“The new salary structure is disheartening. Shs120, 000 is just peanuts given the rising cost of living,” said one of the employees who preferred anonymity.
The workers further accused Safi of denying them appointment letters and compelling them to work for long hours.
They vowed not to resume work until the United Nations Country manager addressed their grievances.
UN authorities recently decided to outsource cleaning services as required by the organization’s new rules.