TSC Makes a statement why teachers have received June salary early than expected
Teachers have received June salary than expected. The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has paid teachers’ wages earliest in history.
It is very unusual for teachers to receive their salaries before mid-month. By 4 p.m. on June 14, 2022, at least 95% of banks had credited teachers’ bank accounts with June pay, implying that over 98 percent of instructors had received their dues.
The teachers were taken aback by the fact that their boss, abruptly switched to their goal post in a TSC record-breaking move.
By the end of business on June 15, 2022, a few instructors who have not yet received their June salary will most likely have their accounts credited. The Teachers Service Commission has been hailed by a group of educators for processing June pay in record time. Another segment anticipates irritation and chaos in July if TSC fails to remit salary before July 14.
“Why should TSC pay us early in the month and then have us wait 47 days for our next paycheck?” This is diabolical, and we may be disappointed in July if we don’t spend this money wisely. “Our next salary will most likely be after July 28th, and you can anticipate how long that will be,” a teacher from a well-known Kisumu County school said.
The commission decided to clear the books in preparation for the 2022/2023 fiscal year, as we are starting a new one.
By the end of the week, all Teachers Service Commission teacher employees will have gotten their paychecks.
Dr. Macharia, according to TSC Boss, recommended teachers and other employees to make the most of their June salaries as July approaches. In the coming month, salaries may arrive later than planned.