From 6 April 2019, legislation is coming into force giving a right to all workers to be provided with an itemised pay statement and the ability to enforce this right at an employment tribunal. Additionally, where a worker is paid hourly, the itemised payslips must contain the number of hours paid for.
In brief: Check your payslip
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