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Payslip and salary adjustment requests

Upon the payment of wages, the employer must provide the employee with a calculation showing the earnings and the grounds for determining the earnings.

A payslip is a necessary tool if you want to find out any calculation errors or other errors that may have occurred when your earnings were calculated. If the employer does not provide a payslip, the employee must immediately point it out. If the employee believes that they have not received all the wages owed to them from the employer, they must ask their employer for an adjustment of the payment of wages.

Pursuant to Chapter 13, Section 11(2) of the Employment Contracts Act, failure to provide a payslip despite the request is a punishable offence.