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TSC Impacts Annual Salary Increase as C1 Teachers Reach Bar

TSC Impacts Annual Salary Increase as C1 Teachers Reach Bar

Teachers in job group C1 have to wait for a compensation agreement or, if they’re lucky, a promotion to receive pay increases.

This is so because the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) implemented the last annual pay raise for teachers in July 2023.
Primary school teachers in work group C1 are not immediately promoted to job group C2, unlike their counterparts in secondary schools.

The teachers’ base compensation climbed from sh. 32,149 to sh. 33,994 per month when the Commission paid the annual wage increase in July.

Following the CBA’s 2017 signing, six notch salary increases were promised through 2021. They earned a pay increase in July for the fiscal years 2017 to 2018, 2018 to 2019, 2019 to 2020, 2020 to 2021, 2021 to 2022, and this most recent one, 2022 to 2023.

Jobs for teachers are currently stagnant. Several individuals who were qualified to teach in junior secondary schools have since been deployed and are working in job group C2.

Others who were fortunate enough were promoted to job group C2 after taking part in promotion interviews and eventually became senior teachers in their schools.

Even if the projected salary increase is paid in August with a late fee, instructors will receive pay increases every year in July, so there is still hope.

As C1 instructors reach the bar, TSC effects annual salary increases

It has recently been made known that salaries will now be paid in arrears in August, contrary to what President William Ruto had previously claimed that TSC had paid teachers’ salaries with a rise in July.

This is because the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) had not completed the review process to account for the payrise.

On June 30, President Ruto announced that teachers and other state personnel would begin getting their wage raises this month.

Ruto gave SRC the go-ahead to start the process of figuring out the pay raise and sending the results to the necessary organizations for payment. The range of the pay hike, which will go into effect on July 1st, is 7% to 10%.

Three weeks ago, the public involvement exercise came to a conclusion, and now SRC is working on the review.

After the commission publishes the new salary in the gazette, the government departments in charge of paying teachers and other civil officials would then be able to implement the hike.

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