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rupeshkumar.kiran
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Good morning folks, I would like to know that is it is mandatory/compulsory to issue wage slips to workmen, even if we pay wages through NEFT transfer to the workmen's accounts. In such a case what is the requirement ??? Can someone guide me, please?
From India, Warangal
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saswatabanerjee
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Issue of salary slip is compulsory

It is stated in various acts and rules, including standing orders, payment of wages act, factory act, etc.
You don't have a choice in it.

Mode of payment does not determine it, the payslip has in any case, information on attendance, break up, working etc, not just the final amount paid.

From India, Mumbai
ommygautam
78

also how can any employee know about their calculation of salary/wages ? this only can be understand by the salary slip. in NEFT you only transfer the amount of net payment. that's why it is logically and statutory need to give the pay/salary slip to respective employees.
From India, Rudarpur
R.N.Khola
363

Dear Member,
In general we are required to issue wage slips to the employees a day prior to the disbursement of wage/salary under Minimum Wages Act & Rules and Contract Labour ( R&A) Act & Rules. Now plz see which of the Act is applicable to you. After finalization of the appropriate Govt. you are to go through the applicable Rules for the procedure & format of this slip. Thus if you are covered under these Acts then you are bound to issue wage slips in accordance with law.

R NKHOLA

From India, Delhi
rupeshkumar.kiran
7

Sir We are doing work in Andhra Pradesh state and Factories Act 1948 is applicable to us.
From India, Warangal
R.N.Khola
363

Dear Rupesh, Then what is to be done, if you are covered under Factories Act, 1948 ? Your query relates to issuance of wages slips while Factories Act is not asking you to issue wage slips. R N KHOLA
From India, Delhi
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Sir We are in karnataka state and our’s is a dental daiagnostic centers . which Act and rule is applicable to our company. do we have to issue wages slips ?
From India, Bengaluru
R.N.Khola
363

Dear Member,

Plz see that my area of working is Haryana State. You have to go through the list of schedule employments under MW Act declared by your Govt. for your query. If your establishment is covered in any of the schedule employments then in that case you are to issue wages slips to the employees under this Act & Rules. You can also approach the area labour office for this purpose.

R N KHOLA

From India, Delhi
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From India, Coimbatore
umakanthan53
6016

Dear Rupesh,

When the provision of an Act or the Rules framed under the same requires the employer or the other person to do a thing in a particular manner, then he is obligated to do the thing in the same manner and not otherwise. Maintenance of registers, issuance of brief slips, collection of nominations and exhibition of notices in physical forms cannot be done away with because of the availability of the required details in electronic form unless there are specific statutory exemptions in this regard.

Rule 26(2) of the Minimum Wages ( Central ) Rules,1950 prescribes the issuance of wages slip in form XI.
Your State Payment of Wages Rules would have specific rule for issuance of salary/wages slips to the employees.

The purpose of the particular provision is to enable the employee to know his gross salary, deductions and net salary.

Therefore, you cannot skip this just because of the payment through ECS.

From India, Salem
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