Founded 1969 Company Overview. We begun as a family owned vegetable growing farm in 1969, with a 5 hectare production area and 6 employees. Oserian gradually evolved into the first cut flower production farm in 1982. Description Provides the complete welfare of nearly 4,600 employees in health, housing, education and entertainment Supports 3,000 plus employee dependents Implemented a participative management culture and an open door policy in operation Various groups have been established for the employees including Shop Stewards, Joint Body (who administer the FairTrade Premium), Gender Committee and Health and Safety Committee Operating a 48 hour working week, Oserian pays the highest floricultural wages in Kenya. We have over the years built very close relations with our neighbours and indeed the whole of the Naivasha community. Being a part of the Naivasha family, we have participated extensively helping develop the community further, participating and sponsoring many community projects. We value the contribution our people and communities bring to Oserian and understand the importance of giving back to them, having been doing so for years even before it was made a legal mandate to do so.