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Top100 Best Companies to Work for in Kenya

Top100 Best Companies to Work for in Kenya


Best companies to work for in Kenya include those with better working conditions,reasonable pay and employee satisfaction.In 2018,we have a list of top 100 best companies to work for in Kenya.

We managed to go through a list provided by Breightermonday and we agree to some extent with the list but there are companies included in the list that should not be there.For instance,how does Equity Bank come in.For those who have worked with Equity Bank,they can attest that the pay is meagre and workload too much. Another company that should not appear in the list is Brookside. We have experience with Brookside and we can reveal that graduates earn as little as Ksh15,000.In fact,the average salary of a graduate in Brookside is Ksh35,000.

Another company that should not be in the list is Bonfire Adventures.The company is good for PR but its employees are silently suffering. You will be shocked to hear this: in Bonfire adventure, if you are spotted receiving or making a personal call during working hours, you are fined Ksh2,000.

United Nations is definitely the best institution to work for in Kenya.With a degree, you will earn a starting salary of Ksh180,000 which is tax free.If you’re lucky to be assigned field work,per diem will be Ksh30,000 per day.

Brightermonday failed to include institutions like Nairobi Securities Exchange,National Securities Intelligent Service and Office of the President.For your information,NIS is one of the highest paying government institutions in Kenya.With an ordinary degree,you will earn upwards of Ksh 150,000.At NSE,the starting salary of a fresh graduate is Ksh180,000.Also in the list is Capital Markets Authoirity,which pays in excess of Ksh180,000 to graduate trainees.

Here is a complete list of top 100 best companies to work for in Kenya.

  1. United Nations
  2. Safaricom
  3. KenGen
  4. Google
  5. Kenya Revenue Authority
  6. Centum
  7. Kenya Power
  8. PWC
  9. Unilever
  10. Cocacola
  11. Deloitte
  12. Kenya Pipeline Company
  13. KCB
  14. KPMG
  15. BAT
  16. Microsoft
  17. World Bank
  18. Oracle
  19. Central Bank of Kenya
  20. Bidco
  21. Cytonn
  22. P&G
  23. Total
  24. Andela
  25. General motors
  26. Kenyan Government
  27. Parliament
  28. World Vision
  29. GSK
  30. Amref
  31. Bollore
  32. Brookside
  33. IBM
  34. Kenya Red Cross
  35. Tetra Pak
  36. UNEP
  37. KTDA
  38. Britam
  39. GM
  40. ILRI
  41. KAA
  42. Toyota
  43. Bamburi Cement
  44. British high Commission
  45. Davis & Shirtliff
  46. DHL
  47. NHIF
  48. Plan International
  49. UNICEF
  50. EACC
  51. Nation Media Group
  52. Barclays
  53. CBA
  54. G4S
  55. ICEA Lion
  56. Jubilee Insurance
  57. KeBS
  58. Nestle
  59. Vivo Energy
  60. Citizen TV
  61. Tullow Oil
  62. Stanbic Bank
  63. Airtel
  64. Cooperative Bank
  65. GCD
  66. Johnson & Johnson
  67. Kenya National Bureau of Statistics
  68. KWAL
  69. Kibos Sugar
  70. Knight Frank
  71. Maersk
  72. Mosanto
  73. Sportpesa
  74. Samsung
  75. Sarova Hotels
  76. Serena Hotels
  77. Tata Chemicals
  78. ICRAF
  79. Kenyatta National Hospital
  80. Save The Children
  81. American Embassy
  82. AAR
  83. AIG
  84. Bayer
  85. Bobmill
  86. Childfund
  87. Nairobi County Government
  88. Kenya Ports Authority
  89. Kemri
  90. Fairmount Hotel
  91. Villa Rosa Kempinsky Hotel
  92. AWF
  93. Heineken
  94. Unilever
  95. National Securities Intelligent Service
  96. Nairobi Securities Exchange
  97. East African Development Bank
  98. Capital Markets Authority
  99. Helb
  100. Office of the President