Kenya Airways has set tough employment conditions for contract workers who have been seeking to be hired directly by the national carrier.
The airline this week distributed forms to the workers requiring them to sign up allowing Kenya Airways to begin digging into their backgrounds.
The consent forms, seen by Saturday Nation, will see KQ contact the landlords of workers and also receive a report on their borrowing history from the credit reference bureau TransUnion.
They will also need to have a clean social media record. Investigations will as well dig into the criminal as well as the litigation history of the prospective employees.