TSC Salaries; How and Why Parliamentary Education Committee Resolved Impasse Surrounding TSC Salary Rise for Teachers in the 2021-2025 CBA Cycle
TSC Latest News Today; The year 2020 saw teachers and other civil servants greatly demoralized after the Salaries and Remuneration boss Lynn Mengich declared the closure and postponement of any pending Collective bargaining agreements bordering on pay rise for the workers for a period of four years on grounds that the country was bleeding from economic wounds fanned by the Covid-19 pandemic.
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KUPPET, one of the giant Teachers’ unions saw its CBA bashed, even after the teachers’ employer agreed that teachers especially classroom teachers had been taken for a ride in the 2017-2021 CBA cycle that saw school administrators get huge salary chunks leading to huge salary disparities between them and regular teachers.
Here are the full details on the rejected Teachers’ CBA 2021-2025 fronted by KUPPET in 2020
Whereas a regular teacher earns up to Kshs 21, 000 as basic salary, the lowest paid school head takes home Kshs 50,000 as basic salary.
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TSC Salaries for Teachers, a detailed guide
TSC salary scales for teachers 2021-2025
Recently the Parliamentary select Education Committee rekindled teachers’ hope after it gave a ruling declaring the SRC move to freeze pay rise for teachers and other civil servants null an void.
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TSC Salaries 2021-2025 Reprieve As Parliament Revokes SRC Directive of Freezing Salary Review
Latest TSC Salaries for Teachers: Reprieve As Parliament Revokes SRC Directive of Freezing Salary Review
Teachers and civil servants have something to smile about after the parliament revoked Salaries and remuneration commission directive that had froze pay rise.
MPs ruled the circulars are unconstitutional as they violate workers’s rights to engage in collective bargaining with the employers in line with provisions of Article 41(5) of the Constitution.
The Article stipulates that “every trade union, employers’ organisation and employer has the right to engage in collective bargaining.”
This now means workers, through unions will be free to negotiate for new pay increases which the commission had frozen.
The SRC in June froze salary increments for all civil servants for two years starting July, dampening their prospects of better fortunes amid tough economic times brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The suspension affected basic salary, allowances and benefits of all government workers prompting unions to threaten to stage “a mother of all strikes.”
However, teachers have already signed a non-monetary CBA that will lapse in June 2025.
This means that the parliament’s revoking of of SRC directive does not change anything in the CBA teachers’ unions signed with their employer.
Despite the fact that teachers may have to wait for four years to enjoy enhanced salaries, they will enjoy enhanced leave days and flexible transfers that would help bring closer families that had been separated by distance.