The July salaries and benefits for more than 315,000 teachers who are employed by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) have been paid.
A few banks and saccos have already deposited teachers’ wages into their accounts. KCB Bank, National Bank, and Family Bank are a few among them.
There is proof that some teachers were paid in arrears for the month of July. A handful of teachers have also been moved by TSC from one job group to another.According to the Career Progression Guidelines, instructors who have spent three years in one job group have been moved to another.
The boost in this July has primarily benefited school administrators. Principals, headteachers, and senior teachers are some of these individuals.
Below is a summary of the extended salary points from Grade C4 to D4.According to the table above, the elongation wage scale points for grades C4, C5, D1, and D4 are points three through seven.
For grades D2 and D3, the extended wage scale points range from point two to point seven. The arrears will be paid this month.
TSC asserts that, under the terms of the CBA 2017–2021, teachers in grades B5, C1, C2, C3, and D5 are not entitled for pay increases.
TSC contends that because the teachers have already attained their maximum compensation points, their pay cannot be increased.
“By the end of the cycle for CBA 2017 – 2021,” it was stated, “Grades B5, C1, C2, C3, and D5 have reached the maximum salary points permitted for in the banding.”