Err Task a and B

Contract and Pay

What information your payslip must contain
Your payslip must show:
Gross pay ā€“ your full pay before any tax or National Insurance has been taken off.
The amounts of any deductions which change from payday to payday ā€“ variable deductions, for example tax and National Insurance, and what the deductions are for.
The total amount of any fixed deductions ā€“ these are deductions which donā€™t change from payday to payday, for example union dues. An employer does not have to give details of what these deductions are for, as long as they give a separate statement with these details on at least once a year.
The total amount of take-home pay after deductions.
The amount and method for any part payment of wage (for example separate figures of a cash payment and the balance credited to a bank account).
Your employer might include additional information on your payslip which they are not required to provide, such as:
National Insurance number
tax code
pay rate (either annual or hourly)
breakdown of additional payments like overtime, tips or bonuses, which must in any case be included in your gross pay figure

Identify two changes to personal information which you must report to your employer.
You must inform your employer if you change your name, change your address, are off work because of sickness or if you want to change your annual leave.

procedures to follow in event of a grievance

There are three ways to the grievance procedure. The first thing to do is to try and resolve the grievance informally by way of discussion between those directly involved. If you are not happy with the outcome you can go to stage one.

Stage one; If the grievance is not resolved in the informal way then you should put the grievance in writing as soon as possible and send it to your line manager. The line manager will then invite you to a grievance hearing where the matter will be fully discussed. After the meeting the line manager will, within five working...