Did you know that as an employer, you need to keep records of payslips for at least three years? In line with Sectoral Determination 13 (SD13), there are a few important aspects when it comes to the information concerning payment:

  • Every employee must receive the information regarding their payment.
  • The employer must give this payslip to employees during working hours at the place of work.
  • Payslips must be kept by the employer for 3 years.
  • Agri-workers must understand their payslips, and employers should make sure they are explained to all employees.
  • The payslip must contain all the information as set out in SD13.

To see an example of what a payslip can look like as well as the further requirements of what must be included in a payslip, visit: http://www.labour.gov.za/form-bcea4-pay-slip

You can also see the various SIZA code requirements on the information concerning pay by viewing the SIZA Social Standard.

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