This is not usually an issue for employers as computerised payroll systems generally provide more information on their standard payslips than is required by law.However, a number of other issues are raised by the right to an “itemised pay statement”, as quoted above:
There are only a limited number of circumstances where an employer does not have to provide a payslip, for example if the person is not an employee, such as a contractor, freelancer or ‘self-employed worker’
The payslips can be used as proof of earnings, tax paid and any pension contributions.
Employers can choose whether they provide printed payslips, or send them electronically (online).
After processing your payroll data we can supply you with whatever you need to manage payroll effectively including printed or manual payslips.
We would normally supply you with:
You can choose how you submit your data to us, this can be by: