From April 2019 you will be required to

 

a) Provide payslips to all workers and not just employees.

 

b) Show additional information on a payslip for workers whose pay varies depending on the number of hours they have worked.

 

A payslip may be provided in either a physical format or an electronic format that the worker can print.

 

A worker who thinks that they have not received a payslip, or that the payslip they have received lacks the required information, may bring a claim before an Employment Tribunal. If the tribunal agrees, it must make a declaration to this effect, which it may publish on its website. The tribunal may also order repayment of un-notified deductions made in the 13 weeks preceding the presentation of the claim, even where the employer was otherwise entitled to make the deductions.

 

Whether you are a worker or employer, if you are unsure about any aspect of payslip requirements you can contact the ACAS Helpline on 0300 123 1100.

 

Or contact us at Community matters 0113 4504866 or email david.ball@community-matters.org.uk

Posted in News on Apr 17, 2019

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