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Name: Salaries, Increments and Seniority (Section H of Code of Regulations).
Country: Kenya
Subject(s): Public and civil servants
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 1992-07
Entry into force:
Published on: Code of Regulations, 1992, 13 p.
ISN: KEN-1992-R-60210
Bibliography: Code of Regulations, 1992, 13 p.
Abstract/Citation: Provides for determination of effective date of appointment to a particular post, and assessment of salary on promotion of an officer to a higher grade. Also sets out criteria for granting of annual increments including incremental credits for previous approved experience relevant to the type of work upon which an officer is engaged, and determination of relative seniority of officers. First part deals with date of initial payment of salary on appointment, date of commencement of new scale of salary, salary of an officer taken ill before assuming duties of appointment, salary of an officer detained outside Kenya on public grounds, determination of salary on promotion of a serving officer from one job group to another, and determination of salary of an officer transferred from another administration of local authority. Second part regulates definition of increment, determination of incremental dates on appointment or promotion, conditions for granting of increments, method of payment of increments, definition of increments withheld or stopped, procedure for withholding or stoppage of increments, service for increments, and increments for approved experience. Finally, Part III provides for determination of seniority among officers.

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