CIPP Payslip Statistics Comparison 2008-2019

Responsibility for processing payroll Whilst there has been an increase in the number of respondents processing payroll completely in-house since the last report, up to 85% from 72% in 2018, over the duration of the report, this is within the range of previous results. However, there is a significant increase in the number of respondents stating they partially outsource their payroll, up to 35% from 22% in 2018. When the research began in 2008 only 10% of respondents partially outsourced payroll processes and this figure remained relatively constant until 2018 when the sharp increase began.

Who processes the payroll?

Method of distributing payslips Once again, online distribution is the most common way for employees to receive their payslips, with 60% of respondents providing an online self-service facility and 32% using email. This is a significant shift in behaviour from 2008 when this research began when 67% of respondents sent paper payslips directly to the department for distribution and only 12% used online self-service with no figures available for those using email, but in 2009, 10% used email to distribute payslips.

Payslip distribution method

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CIPP POLICY AND RESEARCH TEAM PAYSLIP STATISTICS COMPARISON

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