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Rights and responsibilities of employees, employers, organisations etc.Chapter 3 Other rights and responsibilitiesPart 3-6 Employer obligations in relation to employee records and pay slipsDivision 3

Regulation3.46

(b) a hard copy.

Note: Subsection 536(2) of the Act is a civil remedy provision. Section 558 of the Act and

Division 4 of Part 4-1 deal with infringement notices relating to alleged contraventions of civil remedy provisions.

3.46Pay slips—content

(1) For paragraph 536(2)(b) of the Act, a pay slip must specify:

(a) the employer's name; and

(b) the employee's name; and

(c) the period to which the pay slip relates; and

(d) the date on which the payment to which the pay slip relates was made; and (e) the gross amount of the payment; and

(f) the net amount of the payment; and

(g) any amount paid to the employee that is a bonus, loading, allowance, penalty rate, incentive-based payment or other separately identifiable entitlement; and

(h) on and after 1 January 2010—the Australian Business Number (if any) of the employer.

(2) If an amount is deducted from the gross amount of the payment, the pay slip must also include the name, or the name and number, of the fund or account into which the deduction was paid.

(3) If the employee is paid at an hourly rate of pay, the pay slip must also include: (a) the rate of pay for the employee's ordinary hours (however described); and (b) the number of hours in that period for which the employee was employed at that rate; and

(c) the amount of the payment made at that rate.

(4) If the employee is paid at an annual rate of pay, the pay slip must also include the rate as at the latest date to which the payment relates.

(5) If the employer is required to make superannuation contributions for the benefit of the employee, the pay slip must also include:

(a) the amount of each contribution that the employer made during the period to which the pay slip relates, and the name, or the name and number, of any fund to which the contribution was made; or

(b) the amounts of contributions that the employer is liable to make in relation to the period to which the pay slip relates, and the name, or the name and number, of any fund to which the contributions will be made.

(6) In subregulation (5):

contributions does not include a contribution in respect of a defined benefit interest (within the meaning of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Regulations 1994) in a defined benefit fund (within the meaning of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993).

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Registered: 19/10/2021

Fair Work Regulations 2009

Compilation No. 36

Compilation date: 11/09/2021

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