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Posted by: Concerned | 2009-02-27

pension deductions

The company I work 4 does not show our providend fund deductions on our pay slip. Our gross salary shown is the amount after provided fund deductions.Also our IRP5 shows nothing like this so we also can' t claim our contributions back on our tax returns. My benefit statement looks good so there is no problem there. We' ve spoken 2 the boss 4 yrs ago already to have this changed but he refuses to change the system. Could he b playing games that will disadvantage the staff in the end? What could his reason be 4 working things this way? I' m very concerned as I don' t trust him  he' s done devious things in the past.

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Re: Pension deductions

A payslip must show your Provident Fund deductions, please raise a grievance as soon as possible. This must be done now because it could be a complication in the future.

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