Good news to teachers as the teachers' unions demand the following from Teachers Service Commission. The Teachers Service Commission has been working hard to ensure that teachers in this country are enjoying with their services, as a result the commission has currently moved most of its services from analogue to digital to permit teachers to access their services easily. Recently the Teachers Service Commission announced new employment opportunities for the teachers, as a away of addressing the shortage of teachers across this country due to high enrollment number of students in schools.
Unfortunately Teachers Service Commission proposed that only teachers who are working in hardship areas to receive increased maternity and paternity leave. The teachers unions rejected these proposals and said that all teachers should receive increased maternity leave and paternity leave, therefore the maternity leave will have 120 days instead of 90 days and paternity leave will have 21 days instead of 14 days. Also the teachers unions demanded to teachers to receive Salary increment in the new 2021-2025 Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) failure to which, teachers across this country will go on strike.
This sounds as good news to teachers because if the demands of their unions work then teachers will receive salary increment and extended leave.
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