Primary School Teachers To Get A Payrise Of Ksh 6000. Several years ago, the majority of P1 grade B5 teachers employed by the Teachers Service Commission have stayed patient with matters affecting their wage increase.
The union allegedly agreed to a non-monetary CBA for 2021–2025, according to the instructors.
The TSC CEO stated that there are plans to increase the salary boost for B5 P1 instructors, who have been underpaid for many years.
Beginning in July 2023, teachers’ salary would increase by Ksh 6,000 per month due to the TSC Boss’s indication that the Commission is willing to boost all P1 teachers’ compensation by Ksh 6,000 per month.
Following the compensation rise TSC will adopt for P1 teachers in December 2021–2022, this salary increase will take effect.
The commission has recognized, according to the SRC chairperson, that the panel was reviewing documents produced by the Teaching Service panel (TSC) addressing the teachers’ suggestions for their pay cadres.
Primary School Teachers To Get A Payrise Of Ksh 6000
The SRC’s directives are essential for their evaluation of the instructor compensation issue, according to sources as well.
Previously, the TSC, KNUT union, and KUPPET union have consistently disagreed on a number of issues important to the government assistant instructors.
Details on the newly signed CBA
Recent negotiations over new TSC teachers’ salaries under the CBA 2021–25 agreement have centered on the currently in effect collective bargaining agreement, which was first introduced in July 2021 and is due to expire in June.
Details on the recommendations to be made by the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) about the demands made by teachers for the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) for the years 2021–2025 are anticipated to be released within the next two weeks.
KUPPET and KNUT have been trying in vain to get the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) and the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) to give them an official and final response on the new collective agreement, CBA 2021–2025. Positive developments suggest that the information will eventually become clear.
The best part of it is that the teachers have finally received a second response from the Salaries and Remuneration Commission, SRC. This body is responsible in deciding and approving compensation increases for all civil servants in response to the complaints made about TSC salaries. Many teachers now have hope in this.