Kenya Revenue Authority is likely expected to reward its over 15000 employees for surpassing the 2021/2022 revenue target of 1.8Trillion after coveting 2031 Trillion.
The staff are likely to be gifted a one month salary equivalent of a one month salary, an incentive meant to motivate employees into putting more effort in collection of revenue.
In a press statement released by KRA and Signed by its Comissioner General Githu Mburu, the taxman thanked Jenyans for be tax compliance despite hard economic times they are facing in the midst of Covid-19 pandemic.
Last year, the employees received an appreciation token after CG Githu Mburu together with the board led by Ambassador Francis Muthaura approved the reward which is similarly likely to happen this year too.
Reliable sources revealed that the organisation has an incentives policy that says its a mandatory for the employees to be rewarded any time they surpass its revenue collection.
Last year Kenyans weee however, not happy by the organisation step to reward its employees saying that they were doing the job they are employed to do.
Others claimed it was not fair for the organisation to do so after subjecting Kenyans into heavy burden of taxes despite the country economy being affected by Covid-19 pandemic.
Will KRA surprise its employees with a one month extra salary for surpassing the target? Let's wait and see.
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