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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

DOLE Reminds Private Employers and Companies To Issue Payslips To Their Workers


We all know that payslip is not just twice a month reminder of how much we are earning but also it states our salary for a particular period in a month.  With payslip, we can see our basic monthly salary, the number of days that we are present and absent, our total deduction that is mandated by the law such as Philhealth, SSS, Pag-IBIG contribution, etc.  And as a worker or employee, it is our right to have that piece of paper, twice a month or every pay day.





We all know that payslip is not just twice a month reminder of how much we are earning but also it states our salary for a particular period in a month.

With payslip, we can see our basic monthly salary, the number of days that we are present and absent, our total deduction that is mandated by the law such as Philhealth, SSS, Pag-IBIG contribution, etc.

And as a worker or employee, it is our right to have that piece of paper, twice a month or every pay day.


(Sample of Kasambahay Payslip from DOLE)






"Issue payslip to your workers." This is the Department of Labor and Employment's (DOLE) call to some erring private companies and employers who violates labor laws.

The DOLE renew its call due to some complaints that workers were not being issued pay slip. Because of this, workers cannot verify if their salaries were deducted with social security contributions.

According to Undersecretary Dominador Say, it is employees right to have his or her payslip, twice a month, or every pay day. 




The company or the employer will be liable for violation of labor law and may face charges if they fail to comply labor regulations such as;

  • non-issuance of pay slips
  • paying employees below the minimum range of wages
  • non-remittance of SSS
  • other social benefit contributions
“We encourage the workers to report non-compliant employers. What we can do is we can coordinate with SSS or concerned DOLE offices which can directly send a notice of compliance to the employers, explain them the law, and order them to pay and strictly abide by the rules,” the official added.

Also, workers are advised to report their complaint to the nearest SSS or DOLE Regional Offices in your area or they can call DOLE Hotline 1349 where concerns can be assisted.


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