Knut demands 200pc pay rise to cushion teachers from Covid-19 effects

TSC boss Nancy Macharia (left) and Knut  Secretary-General Wilson Sossion at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development in Nairobi on September 14. 

Photo credit: Evans Habil | Nation Media Group

What you need to know:

  • To push their case, the union wants their employer to immediately begin negotiations for the 2021-2023 CBA.
  • The Kenya Union of Special Needs Education Teachers has also for the first time presented its proposals to TSC, asking for a 50-to-60 per cent increment on basic salary.

The Kenya National Union of Teachers has demanded a pay rise of up to 200 per cent to cushion its members from inflation and Covid-19 effects.


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