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CIPP payslip survey results released

CIPP | Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP)

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The CIPP have been undertaking the payslip survey each year since 2008 to try to understand the long-term trends affecting employee payslips.

This year’s research reveals the number of people being paid, the frequency with which they are paid, the method of payment, the information included on payslips and how payslips are distributed as well as announcing the potential benefits and cost savings of electronic payslips. In addition, with the increasing roll-out of employer obligations to automatically enrol workers into a workplace pension scheme, this year the results have again included answers to establish whether these obligations have brought additional financial and resource burdens.

A copy of the research report can be found here

Read the most recent article written by CIPP - Automatic enrolment: the payroll perspective

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