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Is It Compulsory to Prepare a Pay Slip?

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1- WHAT IS PAY SLIP?
That document should be prepared by the employer;
it presents the payments made (in cash or via bank) by the employer to the employee and the calculation of the pay (pay cuts and number of ssi days) and it should be signed by both the employer and the employee.

2- IN WHICH LAW IS THE PAY SLIP INDICATED?
The provision about the Preparation of Pay Slip is indicated in article 37 of the Labor Law numbered 4857.

3- WHAT ARE THE NECESSARY INFORMATIONS THAT SHOULD BE WRITTEN IN PAY SLIP?
            3.1-  The amount of daily pay, gross and net pays
            3.2-  The amount of minimum living allowance
            3.3-  Pay day
            3.4-  Pay period
            3.5-  Overwork (if any)
            3.6-  Weekend
            3.7-  festive holidays and vacation pays
            3.8-  Every kind of payments added to actual pay (premium, bonuses etc)
            3.9-  The amount of tax cuts made from the employer and the employee
            3.10-  Insurance premium cut made from the employer and the employee
            3.11-  Advance payment offset (if any)
            3.12- The cuts like alimony and levy

Source: The Labor Law Numbered 4857

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