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Employee does not give out contracts or payslips

New employee does not give staff contracts to fill in and does not give payslips at all.  They have not asked for tax numbers either.  The employee does not do this for any of their employees.  What rights does a company have to do this and what rights do you have and how would you sort this matter out?

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Good day 

Every employee is entitled to request their contract of employment. The employee is supposed to issue out payslips at the end of every month if the employer pays in cash they have a duty to make a record of such a payment for tax and good business practice purposes. The employer may be reported to the department of labour, the department of labour will investigate such allegations and make a finding against the employer. 



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