MRajesh
Sr. Manager-hr & Admin
Nandhuu
Administration
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Hi All, Is there any difference between salary slip & pay slip? Regards. Rajesh
From India, Bhopal
Hi,
Salary Slip is also known as Pay Slip.
It is document that gives the details of the salary of an employee during the particular period. Normally the salary is paid on monthly basis.
The Salary Slip / Pay Slip gives the details of the particular employee like Days Present, Days Absent, Basic Earnings, Other Allowances and the Deductions of Taxes and other dues.
The Salary Slip Format gives break up of the Gross Earnings, Deductions and Net Earnings of the employee.
Regards
nandhuu

From India, Madras
Dear Sir, My Monthly earning is 15000/- with pf deduction in a hospital as a staff nurse, Can u please help me for making a salary slip
From India, Hyderabad
Hi..
This is smita , i am currently working with a company with 40 employees .
I just wanted to ask you all that is there any rule applicable for when to give the salary slips????which???
As there is no regulation here for giving those .
Please reply as soon as possible , waiting for your valuable information.
Thanks & regards
smita

From India, Pune
dear sir iam mr.m.sathish kumar iam working in an food industry and 60 members of employees in my organization can u pls attach me a pay slip format
From India, Vijayawada
hi everyone,
I am working with a small software co. past 10 months as a php developer in NCR. I am getting 12600 pm cash but co. does not provide any salary slip for the same.Although my offer letter contain salary components (Basic,HRA,DA,TA & special allowance,sum is 12800 pm).
Now I am looking for job change.
I have two queries,
1)do companies give salary slip for cash salary?
2)what should I do in this scenario?
thanks in advance,

From India, Pune
Calculation Of Pf Salary And Requiremnet Of Pay Slip Format
From India, Jaipur
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