KShs 0.00

No products in the cart.

TSC Teachers Will Get A 7% Salary Increase

TSC Teachers Will Get A 7% Salary Increase

Pay for faculty members and administrative assistants for the month of July has started to be distributed by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC).

Teachers will receive a pay raise of 7% in addition to salary adjustments and back pay as part of the government’s commitment to enhancing the financial security of public employees in the face of difficult economic conditions.

The third-party deductions from the July payroll, including as loan and insurance payments, have been made available for inspection by the TSC. Because of this transparency, educators may rest easy knowing that their paychecks will arrive no later than the Saturday of the next week.

According to the most recent payroll statistics, payments were apparently made to newly hired and assigned primary school instructors in May of this year.

Some teachers’ pay and benefits have been adjusted, while others have received settlements to make up for unpaid wages in the past.

The National Treasury has transferred sh. 9.1 billion to the TSC in order for it to carry out the pay raise plan that was developed for the month of July.

Teachers and office workers, as well as more than 350,000 other public sector employees, will be able to receive this funding.

Teachers at TSC will see a 7% pay raise.

President William Ruto has suggested giving teachers and other federal employees a wage boost of between 7 and 10% in response to the difficult status of the economy. To help people manage the rising expense of living in today’s society, this choice was made.

The court’s participation delayed the implementation of the strategy to remove 1.5% of each employee’s gross income for the housing fund. A panel of three judges will consider each of the twelve complaints that question the validity of the Finance Act 2023.

Concerns with the 2023 Appropriations Act Shadrack Sharu, an attorney, has objected to the Appropriation Act of 2023 because he is worried about Kenya’s debt and the government’s unwillingness to give the people enough information.

Sharu also asserts that funds from government loans are transferred to government officials’ personal bank accounts, casting doubt on the accuracy of the government’s accounting procedures.

TSC Teachers Will Get A 7% Salary Increase

MWALIMU PLUS ALL MENUS WITH FREE RESOURSES

ALL FORM 1-4 SECONDARY EXAMINATIONS FREE DOWNLOAD

ALL KCSE MOCKS EXAMINATIONS FREE DOWNLOAD NOW

ALL K.C.S.E PAST PAPERS QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

JOIN OUR TELEGRAM FOR MORE RESOURCES

Share this article

Our bestsellers

Related articles

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

No posts to display

Recent blog posts