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Paper pay-slips bite the dust.

A COUNCIL is scrapping paper pay-slips as part of a drive to save money and paper.

From next month Newcastle City Council is moving to electronic pay-slips for all staff with an email account and access to a PC.

The electronic documents, which staff will be able to access through the internal website, will replace hard copy pay-slips.

Council bosses say the new system will save time and money in terms of print distribution, as well as being more environmentally-friendly. During January, staff are receiving both a paper version and access to their pay-slip online. Then from February the council will scrap the paper copies.

City chiefs say the internal website will allow staff to access other information, such as flexitime, training and personnel forms.

It will be possible for staff to view their pay-slips at all times and save the document.

Bosses say the system will be secure and will allow workers to get their pay-slips quickly, saving cost on paper and postage.
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Jan 29, 2011
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