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Respected Seniors,
i am Bhavya working in a Growing IT company and we are comes under Bombay Shops & Establishment act .
So my questions are :-
1) is it compulsory to provide salary slips to employees as per Bombay shops & Establishment act.
.
2) we are maintaining salary register and take each employees sign on it so its necessary to provide salary slips..
And our company mode of salary payment through Net banking .
Regards,
Bhavya Chawda

From India, Mumbai
Dear Bhavya,
It is very common to have many firms not providing salary slips to employees in general except when they ask for.
Please remember that if an employee asks for this salary slip, it shouldn't be neglected.
Salary register you maintain may act as proof of cash out flow and who all salary are paid for company's purpose.
However as an employee, I too should have some proof to be able to say that I draw X amount from this company month on month.
If I am seeking change, I need salary slips to show to my prospective employers to prove that my salary is indeed X and is not an inflated amount.
It becomes very easy when filing tax and seeking CAs advice.
By the way, why do you not wish to give the salary slips? It don't cost much anyway. Even a print on simple paper with company's stamp on it should do.

From India, Mumbai
Dear Ankita me'm,
Actually in past before 1.5 year one of our employee leave the organization at that time our no of employees were too less so we not provided salary slips to any one. even no any hr available at that time .
and that employee stop coming by just giving resignation even not complete Notice period .
and now he is asking for salary slip ,
so we just want to know that as per bombay shops and establishment act it's necessary to provide salary slips .

From India, Mumbai
Dear Bhavya,
Wages slips are required to be issued a day prior to the disbursement of wages to the employees covered under Minimum wages Act, 1948 & the Rules made thereunder. Bombay Shops & Commercial Establishment Act, 1948 do not have any provision which directs us to issue wages slips to the employees.
Regards,
R.N.KHOLA
Welcome Skylark Associates

From India, Delhi
Even though the Bombay Shops and establsihments Act does not instruct an employer to provide pay slips to it's employees,he needs to comply with Minimum Wages Act 1948 and the Maharstar Minimum Wage Rules thereunder. Rule (27) of the Maharastra Rules requires an employer to maintain a muster roll-cum- wages reigister where in he has to record the details of gross salary along with deductions and provide an extract of entries in the muster roll-cum-wages register to each employee so that he can use it as a wage slip. The object of providing such extarct is to put the employee on notice about his attendance and details of wages.

The employee also needs to know certain calculations like over time to ensure that they are correctly calculated. The OT is calculated on the basis of basic wages and other allowances. an employee will be in aposition to verify the correctness of teh calculation only when he knows his salary components.

Thirdly, a pay slip needs to be probvided as per the requirement of prinicple sof natural justice and principles of fair labour practices which requires that nothing that affects an employee shall happen behind his back. .

Hope this helps to understand as to why it is advisable to rovide a pay slip to an emplyee.

B.Saikumar


From India, Mumbai
Respected Seniors,
i am Bhavya working in a Growing IT company and we are comes under Bombay Shops & Establishment act .
So my questions are :-
1) is it compulsory to provide salary slips to employees as per Bombay shops & Establishment act.
.
2) we are maintaining salary register and take each employees sign on it so its necessary to provide salary slips..
And our company mode of salary payment through Net banking .
Actually in past before 1.5 year one of our employee leave the organization at that time our no of employees were too less so we not provided salary slips to any one. even no any hr available at that time .
and that employee stop coming by just giving resignation even not complete Notice period .
and now he is asking for salary slip ,
so we just want to know that as per Bombay shops and establishment act it's necessary to provide salary slips .
Please Reply now .

From India, Mumbai
Actually in past before 1.5 year one of our employee leave the organization at that time our no of employees were too less so we not provided salary slips to any one. even no any hr available at that time .
and that employee stop coming by just giving resignation even not complete Notice period .
and now he is asking for salary slip ,
so we just want to know that as per Bombay shops and establishment act it's necessary to provide salary slips .
Please Reply now .

From India, Mumbai
Dear Bhavya,
Why are you reposting your query?
It's just the duplicate of what you've already posted. Kindly do not go on adding your posts. People will read and reply. Infact I think there are enough reply for you to make up your mind.
It is fine that you didn't had HR practices in the past. That don't mean you can never start.
Also as I said, if an employee asks you for a salary slip it should be your duty to provide him/her with one.
What is it that you're looking for? Are you looking for someone to come here and say it's not compulsory to give the slips????
Please don't repeat the post and add to the conversation...

From India, Mumbai
Let me understand this clearly
You have an employee who has resigned, taken his settlement and left 18 months ago
Now he has come back asking for his salary slip
Do you know whether he was actually working, what his salary was and how much he was paid ? Do you know for sure that no payslip was issued to him then ? Or a salary certificate in place if pay slip ?
You are under no obligation to give a salary slip to someone who has already left, except as a part of his Settlement. So you are free to refuse. Check with the owners what they wish to do.
However, there is no harm in actually giving a pay slip copy to someone who worked there before provided you are sure what he is asking you to give is the correct pay slip (correct rate, number of days worked, etc) and that you are not being taken for a ride

From India, Mumbai
Salary Slip or Payslip is mandatory. This has to be issued either hard copy (printout) or soft copy ( mail/pdf)
From India, Bangalore

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