The teachers across the country do toil in order to make the students have future prosperous life.This do see majority of them teach the students from their hearts in order to help them achieve their best in schools.
On the other hand,the teachers' employer do remunerate them as per their duties.These remunerations are majorly in terms of Salaries that each single teacher gets every month.The salaries are besides other forms of appreciations that the teachers have been getting from the Commission.
A section of teachers are set to lose part of their salaries as TSC adjusts their payslips.Teachers from Nyandarua county, Murang'a,Kandara and Kigumo sub counties are set to get adjusted salaries that will see them miss thousands of shillings from their payslips after a long time.
Below are the hardship allowances that these teachers will lose per grade from their payslips immediately the Commission implements these adjustments as reported by Teachers Updates:
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