Particulars of a written pay statement
A written pay statement must at least include the following information:
Name and address of the employer and name of the worker.
The period of time or the work for which the worker is being paid.
The rate of wages to which the worker is entitled, the number of hours worked, broken into daytime work, overtime and the gross amount of the wages.
Deductions and the purposes for which they are made, e.g. personal income tax, pension fund contributions, trade union fees etc. (See: Union funds)
Any bonus, allowance or other payment to which the worker is entitled.
Accumulated right for time-off due to reduced hours of rest.
Net wages being paid to the worker.