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Category: Labour Law

Employers must give workers the following information in writing when they are paid:

Employer’s name and address

Worker’s name and occupation

Period for which payment is made

Total salary or wages

Any deductions

The actual amount paid


If relevant to the calculation of pay:

Employee’s pay and overtime rates

Number of ordinary and overtime hours worked

Number of hours worked on a Sunday or public holiday

The total number of ordinary and overtime hours worked in the period of averaging, if a collective agreement to average working time has been concluded.

 

Based on Legislation in Section 23, of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act