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    Employers must give their employees pay slips. Ignorance of your obligations is no excuse.

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    Employers must give their employees pay slips. Ignorance of your obligations is no excuse.   It does not matter if the employer is a small fish & chip shop or a small dental practice.

    Section 536 of the Fair Work Act requires that pay slips must be received within one working day of the payment being made and the penalty for not complying is $5,100 (individual) and $25,500 (corporation). Don’t expect that the Fair Work Commission will accept the excuse that you didn’t know and anyone who is found to be involved in an infringement of the Fair Work Act in any way can be found personally liable.

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