TSC Lists Teachers Who Will Miss July Salary Increment. A yearly pay increase is required of all teachers who are employed by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) on a permanent basis and who are eligible for pension benefits.
This indicates that the commission’s 350,000+ employees receive their annual compensation increasements.
However, not every teacher who works for TSC on a permanent, pensionable basis receives their yearly raise.
Contrary to what a teachers’ union claimed, the annual increment had never been cancelled, according to the teacher’s employer.
According to TSC Chief Executive Officer Dr. Nancy Macharia, the 2015 Code of Regulations for Teachers, which outlines annual pay increases for all teachers, will remain in force.
TSC Lists Teachers Who Will Miss July Salary Increment
According to Section 84 of the Code of Regulations for Teachers, “The commission shall grant a teacher annual increments at regular intervals until the maximum salary point of the teacher’s job group is attained.”
The code further stipulates that upon initial appointment, TSC shall pay new teachers wages according with their individual grade.
Teachers who have earned the maximum income for their current work grades will thus not receive a pay raise.
Once these instructors have been promoted to the subsequent job grade by the teachers service commission, they can begin collecting their annual increases.