payslip


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payslip

(ˈpeɪslɪp)
n
a piece of paper received by an employee showing how much salary they have been paid
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.payslip - a slip of paper included with your pay that records how much money you have earned and how much tax or insurance etc. has been taken out
record - a document that can serve as legal evidence of a transaction; "they could find no record of the purchase"
Translations
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payslip

pay slip [ˈpeɪslɪp] n (British) (gen)feuille f de paie; (more formal)bulletin m de salairepay station n
(US)téléphone m public
(British) (in car park)borne f de paiementpay structure nbarème m des salairespay television ntélévision f payante, télévision f à péagepay-TV [ˌpeɪtiːˈviː] ntélévision f payante, télévision f à péage
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At First Minister's Questions in Holyrood, Leonard revealed a payslip showing a PS17.
The new law is likely to benefit around 300,000 UK workers who do not currently get a payslip.
The government published its Good Work plan last month, which announced the right to a payslip for all workers.
This 14th naming round comes after the government published its Good Work plan last month, which announced the right to a payslip for all workers.
He explained that deductions for various government functions and loans were made on the payslip but the money was never remitted to the respective institutions.
Researchers from Middlesex University London also discovered that one in 20 workers do not have paid holidays while one in 12 workers are not given a payslip, both in breach of employment rights.
He said the DEG will eventually include the investigation of their personnel's bank records aside from the payslip.
Online Employee Payslip Kiosk, with Current Payslip, Payslip History, Tax Summary Current Year, Tax Summary Previous Years, Leave requests, Leave calendar, Time logs and iPayroll Giving Donations.
The payslip documents feed what has long been a major public concern, that revolutionaries may engage in revolutionary talk, but they are mainly concerned about feathering their own nests.
Listen to that woman screaming,' she deadpans, 'I thought it was one of the midwives who'd opened her payslip.
We allow customers to state they would cancel some payslip deductions linked to savings and share schemes but we consider a pension to be a committed expense.
8220;Moreover, it is important for every employee to understand the details and figures in the payslip because this is the only way to be certain that he or she is getting paid correctly.