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What pay increase mean for teachers in different grades

From left: Kenya National Union of Teachers Secretary General Wilson Sossion, TSC chairperson Lydia Nzomo and Knut chairperson Mudzo Nzili sign the Collective Bargaining Agreement on June 16, 2017 at the TSC headquarters in Nairobi. The implementation will be in two phases for teachers currently in Job groups H, J and K

Teachers and their employer have finally agreed on how to implement a salary rise awarded last year.

The agreement reached  today after a long consultative meeting between the Teachers Service Commission and Kenya National Union of Teachers.

The implementation of the collective bargaining agreement will take effect from July 1, 2017.

SALARY STRUCTURE
The government has committed Sh54 billion to be used for the implementation of the CBA, which will benefit all teachers employed by the TSC.

The implementation will be in two phases for teachers currently in Job groups H, J and K and in four phases for those in job groups L to R.

The commission has however adopted a new grading structure ranging from B5 to D5.

Under the new grade, those in B5 will get a minimum salary of Sh21,757 and a maximum of Sh27, 175 while those under D5 will get a minimum salary of Sh131,380 and a maximum of Sh157, 657 when deal takes effect from July 1.

courtesy of www.nation.co.ke