Tripartite partners publish guidelines for issuing itemised payslips
The Manpower Ministry, NTUC and the Singapore National Employers Federation have developed a set of Tripartite Guidelines for the issuance of itemised payslips.
The Manpower Ministry says the plan is to mandate the issuance of itemised payslips within two years.
And the guidelines will help small businesses comply with the legal requirement when that kicks in.
In a news release today, the tripartite partners say that providing such payslips would raise employees' awareness of their salary components, and facilitate the resolution of salary disputes.
The guidelines come with payslip templates which companies can customise to meet their own needs.
The items listed should include the basic salary, total allowances and total deductions for each salary period.
MOM is working with the Infocomm Development Authority and SPRING Singapore to provide tools for companies to develop their own payslip systems by April.
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