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Civil servants set for July salary increment

By Joseph Muchiri | February 14th 2017
Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs Cabinet Secretary Sicily Kariuki. (Photo: Courtesy)

More than 600,000 civil servants are set to enjoy a salary increase from July. This comes as the Public Service ministry said it would sign a collective bargaining agreement with the Union of Kenya Civil Servants as a commitment to implement harmonised public service salaries recommended by the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC).

Under the new structure, the lowest-paid worker will earn Sh14,442 and the highest Sh292,765 per month.

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