Updated to reflect that the right to itemised pay statements is extended to workers and that pay statements must include additional information where pay varies according to time worked, from 6 April 2019.
Updated to include a reference to information that must be included in payslips for staff whose pay varies with time worked, effective from 6 April 2019.
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Updated to reflect the new rules on itemised pay statements, effective 6 April 2019.
In Ridge v Her Majesty's Land Registry EAT/0098/14, the EAT held that the recovery of an overpayment of wages made the previous month caused by unprocessed absence constituted a deduction for the purposes of s.8 of the Employment Rights Act 1996, and therefore had to be clearly set out and explained on the employee's payslip.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that, where an employee's pay for a period is reduced to recover an overpayment for a previous period, that reduction represents a deduction that should be identified on the employee's payslip.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to pay statements.