The salary body has approved some of the demands presented by Kenya Union of special need teachers KUSNETs on their 2021 - 2025 CBA Proposal and this is according to a very close sources to salaries and Remuneration Commission SRC.
KUSNET presented the CBA Proposal for the first time to SRC through TSC making a good progress with the welfare of his members.
In their proposal KUSNET asked for a rise of 50% to 60 % on the basic salary, demanded for the career progression guidelines be provided under the code of conduct for teachers and also demanded for special allowances of ksh.15,000 monthly and a guidance allowance of Ksh.30,000.
James Torome the KUSNET secretary general wrote a proposal that read,"All special teachers shall be paid an allowance of Ksh. 15,000 uniformly per month,"
The union could not approve the basic salary demands for KUSNET indipendenty as the SRC will deal with matters of basic salary uniformly for all unions depending on job groups of their members. The sources have revealed that the special allowances earned by KUSNET members will increase as per the demands of the union.
KUSNET is recognized by both SRC and TSC as a union this is after TSC signed a recognition agreement with KUSNET just about two months ago.
All KUSNET Members will be under the career progression guidelines and will be facilitated by TSC to undergo career progression.
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