Sana shops shut down, employees lock management to demand gratuity

All Sana shops in Blantyre have been closed after industrial strike.

Strike at Sana: Staff locked out management

Strike at Sana: Staff locked out management

The shops have been sold to Food Kings and the employees say weren’t told of sale, they’re demanding 6 years gratuity.

About 100 employees want management to pay them their six years gratuities.

At Sana Day 2 Day headquarters offices in Blantyre, the striking staff  locked up management in the premises demanding that management settle their dues dating back to January 2013.

The employees have since threatened a legal redress over the company’s failure to notify its staff two months prior to the transaction citing job security issues and unfair treatment.

Management played down the fears saying discussions with Food Kings are ongoing and job security will be prioritised.

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1 thought on “Sana shops shut down, employees lock management to demand gratuity”

  1. wtf says:

    The sooner Malawians wake up that foreigners are here to milk your cheap labor and leave for Switzerland the better you will start investing in our country . Instead of shopping ku shoprite shop at peoples and ku msika. Mwaona kukonda ma foreigners who will work you to death and leave you with nothing.. Wakumva amve.

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