Workers in Kenya’s informal sector are no longer required to wait 1 month for salaries

As the Kenyan economy transitions to embracing a more Western payment system, workers in Kenya’s informal sector will now receive compensation for the days they have worked whenever they need it.

Workers in this sector, who are also known as blue-collar workers, have had to wait until the end of the month to receive their salaries, a practice that payroll solution providers claim is driving them further into debt as they look for loans to pay for school expenses.

Source: Africa Business Insider