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Glyn King, Group Managing Director at Datagraphic speaks with Lora Murphy, Policy and Research Officer at the CIPP about the interesting results and trends from the latest payslip statistics report.

The payslip statistics survey is the CIPP’s flagship piece of research and has been launched on an annual basis since 2008. Every year there are a standard set of questions that look to identify current trends in the ways in which organisations pay people, and to monitor how those trends have changed over time. The survey also includes more topical questions, which address the issues that payroll professionals are currently, or have recently been, facing.

In this year’s survey, the areas of focus were on changes to legislation on the calculation of holiday pay and the requirement to display hours that impact pay on payslips. And after a challenging 12-18 months, there was also a section that explored the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) and how this impacted payroll teams.

Recently, Glyn sat down with Lora at the CIPP to discuss the results from the survey and shared opinions on how payroll teams will communicate payslips in the future. A very insightful interview that you won’t want to miss!

“In the future, I think we’ll see an increase in awareness in how pay information is communicated, whether that be through financial awareness communications or using digital payslips to communicate more than just net pay.”

Glyn King, Datagraphic

CIPP Payslip Statistics Comparison Report 2008-2021

Datagraphic is pleased to support the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP) Payslip Statistics Comparison Report. We’ve been an advocate for the CIPP and their research on payroll, specifically payslip distribution, for many years.

There’s no doubt over the last year, payroll teams have faced unprecedented challenges, but as this report confirms, you’ve once again stepped up and proven to be key workers throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

This annual report looks at the number of people being paid, the frequency with which they are paid, the method by which they are paid and how the payslips are distributed.

Read the full report here >>