This guide will help EOR employees and direct employees better understand their payslips.
You can review payslips from previous pay periods by selecting the Payslips tab on your home page.
Your payslip includes all legally required deductions and may include additional deductions for benefits.
Note: If you are beginning or ending your employment during the current pay cycle, your salary will be prorated according to either days worked or hours worked, depending on contract type.
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How to review payslip details
Click the pay cycle period for which you want to review the payslip, then click Learn More.
Click Choose a Section to open up a dropdown menu of options.
Use this dropdown menu to review terms, definitions, and deductions that are specific to your country of employment. This is where, for example, you can review your specific payslip items, deductions and tax rates.
Payslip terms & definitions
Regular Base pay: This is the gross base salary amount for the pay cycle. This figure will be prorated for an employee's first payment cycle and upon termination.
Gross adjustments: This includes payroll adjustments for things like a bonus, approved expense, or allowance.
Total gross pay: This is the total gross salary, which will include the monthly base salary plus gross adjustments.
Taxes and deductions: After we calculate the total gross pay, then we deduct the required taxes and statutory deductions. The specific amounts vary depending on your country of employment. We may also make additional deductions if you receive additional benefits.
Net Payment : The net is what you take home. The calculation is : Gross salary - taxes & payroll deductions = net payment. This is the final amount that will be transferred to your bank account via direct deposit. The net salary may change from one pay period to the next if you receive any taxable allowances or bonuses.
Depending on your country of employment, Deel deducts automatically the required, statutory deductions. This may include things like mandatory contributions to pension plans, health insurance, employment insurance, and more.
We may also make additional deductions if you receive additional benefits.
We will also deduct regional and national taxes, where necessary, as required by law. Tax deductions may be calculated as a single deduction or calculated separately, depending on country law.
For full time employees being paid an annual salary, the total hours on the payslip does not reflect the actual hours worked in a single pay period but instead is the total working hours in a year divided equally between the 24 pay periods.
For employees on hourly contracts, this number reflects the number of approved work hours.
If you have questions about your payslip please contact our support team or use our Live Chat feature.