Issue of Government Payslips

Distribute Payslips via the Government internal mail system.

Why the contribution is important

There are about 9000 Civil Service and Public Sector employees.  The cost of distributing payslips by the internal mail system could generate a saving of up to £4,050 per month / £48,600 per year.

by RogerIngrey on April 04, 2017 at 10:33AM

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  • Posted by Offshore April 04, 2017 at 11:46

    I've thought this for a long time. Mine is hand delivered to work but my wife's is posted. Strange. Can we not do these days with just an electronic copy or at least have one if you are office based as most of us actually are?
  • Posted by George April 04, 2017 at 13:02

    I think these should be electronic, ours get posted out too - so that's the printing costs, paper & envelopes, time spent stuffing the envelopes then the postage costs. It is crazy! We all have internal email addresses that they could be sent to in PDF form, no one should have access to your work email apart from you so there should be no security issues.
  • Posted by DerekFlint April 04, 2017 at 17:27

    Originally suggested by myself as far back as 2008 when the VAT crisis happened. Saving then calculated at c. £38,000. I suspect that the reason is that it will take that amount of 'income' away from IOM Post.

  • Posted by Dil April 05, 2017 at 05:05

    We use an electronic platform for pay slips. I know that on the 28th of each month I can view it, I never print it off as it is always at my fingertips anyway.

    Postage and paper savings plus the cost of people to put them in the envelopes.
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