TSC Tells Teachers To Prepare For More Deductions Next Month. The Kenyan Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is a body mandated by law to oversee teachers’ career advancement while working for Kenyan educational institutions.
The commission also has the authority to hire, advance, and in extreme circumstances even fire educators.
The amount taken from teachers’ salary is known to Kenyans. Several instructors received their paychecks for the month of July on Thursday, July 27, but a few of them expressed dissatisfaction with the deductions that had been taken from their salary.
Despite teachers receiving lower salary, the projected 1.5% housing charge deductions were not implemented, according to TSC CEO Dr. Nancy Macharia. This is due to the ongoing legal dispute on the proposed financing package.
Macharia noted that a law boosting the NSSF from Sh100 to Sh1000 was introduced in February of this year. Additionally, the rate of NHIF contributions was raised to 2.75 percent of base income. Macharia has cautioned educators to anticipate further deductions.
TSC Tells Teachers To Prepare For More Deductions Next Month
According to reports, the National Security Fund (NSSF) was accused of stealing money from teachers by the local media. Furthermore, it is evident that academicians have never made a contribution before.
According to the study, teachers receive their pensions from provident funds based on the work groups they participate in. Sadly, withdrawals for this month’s pay were made from both funds.