Why send staff their payslips by post?

It has always surprised me that the Government workers have theis monthly payslips posted to their home addresses.

Surely these could be sent online at minimum cost or, as used to happen in the bank where I worked, the payslips would all be sent by internal mail to the section head for them to distribute on pay day.

 

 

 

Why the contribution is important

I don't know how many staff receive their payslips in the post, but the monthly cost of postage must be fairly significant?

by Patsyc1 on April 06, 2017 at 05:17PM

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  • Posted by CarolCrooks April 10, 2017 at 08:37

    I receive two occupational pensions. One administered by Lancashire County Council has electronic notification of payments and year-end data, so no postal charges and minimal admin handling. Meanwhile, the IOM Government pension scheme posts me monthly payslips when the amount never changes. Where a pensioner lives off-island, a useful earner for foreign Post Offices.
  • Posted by DJW May 12, 2017 at 11:01

    I agree my and my wifes employer send our pay slips, T14's etc. via email as well as listing working rotas, holidays, training etc.
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