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Teachers’ Leave allowance as per 2021-2024 TSC CBA Counter Proposal

The teachers’ service commission, TSC, has just concluded the implementation of the 2017-2020 collective bargaining agreement, CBA. Plans are underway to commence the four year phased implementation of a new CBA from July 2021.

The new CBA will favour classroom teachers when it comes to basic salaries, unlike the previous one, which favoured administrators.

TSC had earlier on presented a counter 2021-2024 CBA proposal to the Salaries And Remuneration Commission, SRC, for approval. This move by TSC came after a possible agreement with the unions, KNUT and KUPPET, was in vain.

In the TSC 2021-2024 CBA counter proposal offer, the basic salaries will be increased by between 16 % and 32 %.  TSC earlier proposed an increment of 10 % on the house allowance but changed  it to 20% in the counter proposal offer presented to SRC so that it matches leave and commuter allowances.

According to the TSC counter proposal, leave allowance should be increased by 20%. If SRC approves the counter proposal, then 20 % leave allowance increment will be disbursed in four phases, beginning January 2022. Leave allowance is only paid once a year, mostly in the month of January. The increment in each phase will be 5%.

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TSC counter proposal offer, then teachers will earn leave allowances as per table below.

Leave Allowance (ksh.)
JG Current 2021-2023 CBA Increment
B5 4,000 4,800 800
C1 4,000 4,800 800
C2 6,000 7,200 1,200
C3 6,000 7,200 1,200
C4 6,000 7,200 1,200
C5 6,000 7,200 1,200
D1 10,000 12,000 2,000
D2 10,000 12,000 2,000
D3 10,000 12,000 2,000
D4 10,000 12,000 2,000
D5 10,000 12,000 2,000


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