Members of the Commission and secretariat staff undertook a job analysis, job evaluation and compensation structuring training in readiness for the actual evaluation of the public sector jobs. This phase begun following completion of validation of job descriptions and signing off of job description manuals. The training, which took place from 15 to 26 February […]
The Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) in collaboration with the Kenya Red Cross Society (KRCS), undertook a corporate social responsibility (CSR) activity at the Trinity Boxing Club in Silanga, Kibera, on 20 February 2021. The club was set up to promote positive virtues among the young people, with the activities of the club revolving around […]
The Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) approved a Ksh 4.5 billion car grant for Members of County Assembly (MCAs) and county assemblies’ speakers on 9 February 2021. This ended continued car grant requests by Council of Governors (CoG) since 2013, where affordability was a concern. While addressing the CoG’s request to convert the existing car […]
The High Court, in a judgement delivered on 10 December 2020, in a suit filed by the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) challenging the actions of the Parliamentary Service Commission (PARLSCOM), in awarding and paying house allowance to MPs and Senators, upheld SRC’s constitutional mandate as provided in Article 230 of the constitution, which is, […]
In the interest of the citizens of Kenya and in accordance with Article 249 of the Constitution of Kenya, the Commission will always defend its constitutional mandate to set and review remuneration and benefits for State Officers as provided by Article 230 of the Constitution.
In discharging its mandate, the Commission is guided by the principles set out in Article 230 (5) of the Constitution, which require, among others, that the Commission ensures: Fiscal sustainability of the total public compensation bill, Equity and fairness in the Public Service, Fiscal Responsibility.