Industrial Relations Act 1996 No 17
Historical version for 8 February 2003 to 16 February 2003 (accessed 26 November 2014 at 11:16) Current version
Chapter 2Part 10Section 123

123   Particulars of remuneration to be supplied to employees

(1)  An employer must, when paying remuneration to an employee, supply the employee with such written particulars regarding the payment as are prescribed by the regulations.

Maximum penalty: 20 penalty units.

(2)  The employer may, instead of supplying those written particulars, make other arrangements approved by the Industrial Registrar for supplying information about remuneration to all or any of the employees of the employer. Any such approval:
(a)  must be granted to the employer in writing, and
(b)  must not be granted unless the Industrial Registrar is satisfied that the arrangements are in the interests of the employees concerned and meet their reasonable requirements for information about remuneration, and
(c)  may be revoked or varied by the Industrial Registrar by notice in writing to the employer.
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