Full report link: a) Introduction This Wage Bill Bulletin covers the first quarter of the Financial Year (FY) 2022/2023, that is, July–September 2022. The quarter was characterised by high intensity general election campaigns, which slowed down in mid-September 2022, after the swearing in of the new President of Kenya. b) SRC First Quarter Advice During […]
Section 31(1) of the Employment Act, 2007, requires employers to provide reasonable housing accommodation for employees near their place of employment or pay the employee a sufficient sum, in addition to salary, as rent to enable the employee to obtain reasonable accommodation. However, Sub-Section(2) provides that Section(1) shall not apply to an employee whose contract […]
On 17 June 2021, SRC issued a circular guiding public service institutions that due to the slowdown in economic performance as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, remuneration and benefits for public officers would not be reviewed for FY 2021/2022 – 2022/2023. The National Treasury reported that the economic growth rate had slowed down from […]
Strategic planning is a critical process that SRC employed to establish the strategic direction for the period 2019/20 to 2023/24. While setting out the vision, mission, core values, motto and objectives to be achieved during this period, SRC was guided by its mandate and principles as outlined in the constitution and SRC Act, 2011. As […]
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.