Is It Mandatory To Generate '0' Pay Slip When An Employee Is On Loss Of Pay? - CiteHR
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If an employee has been sanctioned Leave without pay for a period of one year and the LOP is inbetween a Financial Year, is it mandatory to generate '0' Pay Slip only reflecting the statutory deductions made in that financial year?
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Generating pay slips in itself is a health practice, regardless of the fact that employees need it or not. I would recommend continuing with the practice to avoid creating a precedence or exception, in an endeavor to maintain internal controls for risk mitigation. Your internal audit team will be happy to see a consistent policy being adhered to.

As mentioned by Raajesharya it is a good practice to generate payslip with 0 attendance, but since there is no salary I hope there will not be any statutory deduction too.
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