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TSC to Effect Salary Rise for Teachers Immediately, Affected Teachers Should Adjust To November salary Delays As The Commission Effects Changes in the Pay Roll

TSC to Effect Salary Rise for Teachers Immediately, Affected Teachers Should Adjust To November salary Delays As The Commission Effects Changes in the Pay Roll
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TSC to Effect Salary Rise for Teachers Immediately, Affected Teachers Should Adjust To November salary Delays As The Commission Effects Changes in the Pay Roll 

TSC to Effect Salary Rise for Teachers Immediately, Affected Teachers Should Adjust To November salary Delays As The Commission Effects Changes in the Pay Roll

 

TSC Breaking News Today; Following Teachers Service Commission announcement on the implementation of the new Collective Bargaining Agreement CBA 2021-2025, teachers should expect pay changes next month.

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This follows the latest TSC News on teachers’ salaries indicating that teachers should warm up for better salaries after parliament quashed efforts by the Salaries and Remuneration Commission, SRC geared towards ensuring a salary freeze for all civil servants, teachers included for the next five years.

Teachers therefore have got reason to smile now that President Uhuru Kenyatta’s final budget took into account their grievances and factored in salary rise cash amounting to billions.

In the new CBA, primary school teachers are most preferred as compared to other categories of teachers.

According to the Teachers Service Commission CEO, salaries of primary school teacher will be in the list of
Change in pay for all teachers, but primary class teachers have been awarded a pay hike. 6000.

The commission says that it supported primary school teachers because they are the most affected group who get low wages.

The change is immediate and the teachers will be smiling towards the bank at the end of next month with their salary topped.

The Commision’s move has been appreciated by all employed primary school teachers who say that life has become unbearable with little salary.

Some teachers say that with the salary hike they will be able to get basic necessities which will improve their standard of living.

With teachers now being sure to get salary therefore it will take some time due to the huge number of teachers in the country to implement it and display it in their payslips in a phased manner.

Therefore,this means that this month’s salary is bound to be delayed because of this. 

Teachers this applying for loans this month will wait longer before finally accessing their Payslips online and sending them to third party recipients such as banks and Saccos for approval. Follow the procedure below to access your TSC Payslip Online and download it

HOW TO DOWNLOAD TSC PAYSLIP ONLINE

1. Visit the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) website: https://www.tsc.go.ke/ or directly to the login page https://payslip.tsc.go.ke/login.php

2. Under the Online Services tab, click the Online Payslips tab to begin the process of downloading your TSC payslip.

3. The website will then prompt you to enter your username and password.

4. On successfully logging into the system, the website will redirect you to the TSC home page that hosts the dashboard section.

7. Under the “View payslip” menu, select the “View payslip” option by clicking on the tab. This will enable you to view your online payslips. You can also view your current status by clicking the “View Your Details” option.

8. Just like any other online portfolio based service, always remember to log out of your account once you are done using the service for security and confidentiality purposes.

9. All questions concerning challenges faced in accessing the service should be emailed to the support department through payslips@tsc.go.ke.

 

 

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