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Pay Stub

 

A pay stub is a document an employee receives either on or before his or her pay day that summarizes their payroll earnings for a specific pay period.

This document shows:

  • Gross salary (before deductions)
  • Net pay (the actual take-home amount)
  • Hourly or salary rate
  • Number of hours worked in the pay period
  • All employee deductions 
  • Plus any other applicable deductions (ie. taxable benefits, room and board)
  • Holiday pay (statutory pay)
  • Vacation pay (either each pay period or accrued)

It is mandatory that an employee receive a pay stub (or statement) each pay period either in writing or electronically.

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