KNUT In Talks With TSC To Review Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA)

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KNUT In Talks With TSC To Review Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA)

There’s hope e for teachers as TSC Resume Salary Talks. The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) and the Kenya national union of teachers (KNUT) have resumed salary talks that will see teachers salary increment soon.


The Teachers union is reportedly pushing for a basic salary increment of between 15 per cent and 20 per cent.


According to the report by the Daily Nation Media, the the Kenya National Union of Teachers has confidence that the non-monetary Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) that was signed July last year with TSC will soon be reviewed.


The KNUT secretary General Collins Oyuu has revealed that the union leaders held a meeting with the Teachers Service Commission to address the CBA issue and salary increment for teachers.



KNUT has planned a meeting that is scheduled to take place tomorrow on Tuesday 18 January 2022 in Nairobi to fine tune the proposals that will be tabled once they meet with the teachers service commission to advance the discussion on the matters related to the teachers’ CBA and salary increment.




Teachers’ salary talks resumption is a good gesture to all teachers who did not receive salary increment in the non-monetary CBA that was signed with the Commission last year.



Teachers will be waiting with a lot of hope for a fruitful salary negotiation this time round after having failed to get any salary increment last year.


Salary increment for teachers will improve the teachers’ especially amidst the harsh economic times when the economy of the nations is biting. By the end of this month the teachers payslip will be trimmed following the deductions of phase II of the Pension scheme.


It seems that the new KNUT officials Secretary general Collins Oyuu took over from Wilson Sosion has developed an improved working relationship between the union and TSC. TSC Resume Salary talks.



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