TSC Likely To Present 2021-2025 CBA Counter Proposal To Unions In Two Weeks
The teachers service commission, TSC wrote to the salaries and remuneration commission, SRC, seeking further directions concerning the teachers 2021-2025 CBA, to replace the current that is ending this month. In response, SRC pledged to give directions in two weeks.
Currently, TSC is in dilemma concerning the action to take to enable the negotiations for the 2021-2025 CBA kick off as they must receive directions from the SRC
TSC had written to SRC on April 13th, asking for directions. It is on this date that TSC submitted the unions’ proposals to the SRC.
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‘We will give directions in the next two weeks,” confirmed Mengich.
It is after the directions from SRC that TSC will organize a meeting with the unions to discuss their proposals and to present a counter proposal.
“The directives from the SRC are the ones to guide the TSC. Without the advisory, the teachers’ employer is actually helpless,” a source from the TSC revealed.
According to the information received by TSC from SRC, a communication will be sent soon.
“Please note that the commission is looking into the submission, the outcome will be communicated in due course,” reads part of the letter written by SRC CEO Anne Gitau to TSC.
Kenya union of post primary teachers, KUPPET, Kenya national union of teachers (KNUT) and Kenya union of special needs teachers (KUSNET) are pushing for the negotiations to start.
KUPPET has already issued a seven-day notice to the teachers’ service commission to give them a counter offer or they call their members to strike.
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