CIPP Payslip Statistics Comparison 2008-2019

Personal Information included on payslips Once again, the personal information included on payslips appears consistent throughout the duration of this research and does not appear to have been affected by any fears over GDPR. All respondents include the tax code although less than three quarters include the National Insurance category, and less than 98% include the worker’s name.

Personal information show on payslip

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SHOWN ON PAYSLIP Since the previous report in 2015-16, the roll-out of automatic enrolment has been completed and this is reflected in the number of respondents now including employer pension contributions on the payslip, up from 66% to 74%. This is a significant increase on the results prior to the roll-out of automatic enrolment when, possibly reflecting the number of employers offering workplace pension schemes, fewer than half of employers included information about employer pension contributions on the payslip.

In a further reflection of the change brought about by new practices, almost 40% of respondents now include information about payrolled benefits, up from 20% in 2015-16 when payrolling of benefits was first introduced.

CIPP POLICY AND RESEARCH TEAM PAYSLIP STATISTICS COMPARISON

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