In recent years, cherry farms have received a number of complaints from workers claiming that they have not been paid correctly. The FWO...
Policies, Procedures & SafeguardsJuly 8, 2014
Employers have an obligation to pay their staff on time, but many employers fail to provide pay slips on time. Payslips are often seen as a burden for employers and an extra pain to print and distribute to their busy bees. However it is a necessity to provide all your employees with payslips within one working day of them receiving pay.
Your staff must receive correct information on their payslip which needs to be printed or sent electronically in a private and confidential manner. The Fair Work Ombudsman will penalise businesses with fines which, at the end of payday, could be easily avoided.
If you would like to review your current payslips or processes on how you distribute them to your staff, contact Employsure by filling out the form below.
*Information sourced via The Australian Government website.