Dear all, please suggest can we mention weekly off in pay slip. is it mandatory?
10th July 2017 From India, Delhi
Regards,

Diwaker Pandey

Dear Diwaker,

Please note what you issue is salary slip and not attendance break-up slip. All that is required is to mention attendance in number of days in the salary slip. From the number of days for which a salary is paid, it is obvious that you have included paid offs as well.

Do you have any sense of insecurity that some authority could question on the attendance on the salary slip, does it include weekly offs as well or on all the days of the month your employees worked? But then to show that the employees have given weekly off, you need to maintain attendance register properly and no need to reflect weekly offs even on salary slip as corroborative evidence.

Thanks,

Dinesh Divekar
10th July 2017 From India, Bangalore
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Dear Diwaker,
I agree with Mr.Dinesh & there is no necessity to mention about the Weekly offs in the pay slip & related records to be maintained for the verification purpose by the Statutory authorities but in some of the companies the leave availed in that particular month & data on balance leave is being mentioned in the Pay slip for the convenience of the employee.

Thanks
Kameswarao
11th July 2017 From India, Hyderabad
Salary slips gives details of wages paid for the number of work attended days including statutory deductions like PF & ESI. However weekly off is a requirement under the Factories Act or Shop & Establishment act and its certification on salary slip is not required. Salary slips come handy when the employee approaches banks or similar bodies for proving his earnings of the month. Even if you mention the number of holidays and weekly off enjoyed by the employee for the concerned month, its only to prove the earnings vis-a-vis the number of days worked. There is no statutory compulsion to mention number of weekly offs on salary slip to the best of knowledge.
12th July 2017 From India, Mumbai
 

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