The Exact Amount That Teachers Will Earn After Payrise
The Exact Amount That Teachers Will Earn After Payrise. Teachers will receive most of their pay for state workers who will be furloughed by July 1, a relief for those who have fought for raises for the past two years.
A 7-10% pay rise for civil servants was announced by the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) yesterday.
The highest paid teacher in grade D5 will earn at least Ksh173, 422, taking into account the 10% increase proposed by the government to increase the salary planned for teachers.
With the 7% increase, D5 teachers will receive Ksh140, 577 as opposed to Ksh131, 380 as their basic salary.
If there is a 7% increase, the existing basic payment for D4 will increase to a minimum of Ksh126, 519.
Furthermore, if the 10% increase is applied, the maximum will increase from Ksh141, 891 to Ksh156, 080.
The minimum wage for grade D3 will increase from Ksh104,644 to Ksh111,969 and will increase by 10% from Ksh125,573 to Ksh138,130.
The lowest paid teacher in grade B5 will see an increase from the current salary of Ksh21,756 to a minimum of Ksh23,279 and a maximum of Ksh29,915 if only 7% of the population is affected and 10% is implemented from now on. Ksh27,195. .
According to SRC chairman Lin Mengich, this study aims to streamline public sector compensation and benefits, following the principles of affordability and fiscal sustainability.
“The SRC has worked with the National Treasury to deliver funds in line with the constitutional principles of affordability and fiscal sustainability. “As part of the 27.7 billion budget allocation for 2023-2024, the National Treasury asked the SRC to review the compensation structure,” said Mengich in Nairobi yesterday.
Under the current proposal, teaching services will receive Sh9.5 billion or 44.2 percent of the total amount of Sh21.7 billion.