10. Ministry of Youth, Gender and Sports
This is an incredible place to work. It let’s the employees be creative in their projects and grooms them to be the best they can be in life. One of the Top 25 Under 25 Women In Kenya and the reigning Miss Tourism Mombasa Tima Keilah works there. The ministry is empowering young people around the country achieve their dreams through its various programs.
11. Nation Media Group
The company is one of the oldest media companies in Kenya. It has shaped the news landscape in the country over the years. It has some of the most popular media brands in the country, think of Daily Nation, Taifa Leo, The East African, Business Daily and NTV. It is home to top Kenyan media personalities; the likes of Larry Madowo, Linus Kaikai, Richard Chacha, Smriti Vidyarthi, Victoria Rubadiri among others. It is a great brand to have on your CV.
Pwc is the second largest professional services company in the world and is part of the of the top 4 biggest professional service providing companies in Kenya. Apart from paying their employees very well, the guys in suits at Pwc are keen on making sure that their employees have an excellent working experience. It also gives employees gifts once they reach their five – year milestone at the company as an incentive to forge further. If you want to adopt a child, you can be given up to $5,000 to take care of them. Their graduate-trainee program is one of the best in the world. You can buy a big house, car, yatch and other prized possessions through a friendly pay-roll reduction program.
13. British Council
The place comes as a nice place to work in since there is stressed employee equality. There is racial diversity at the Upperhill based company, but the environment stimulates mutual growth and understanding to the highest standards possible. They normally have theme days from time to time to allow the employees from different countries and cultures share and learn more about each other. The organization is also known for its ample employee remuneration.