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WAGES BOOK.-SPECIMEN No. 14.
SUMMARY OF WAGES.-SPECIMEN No. 15.
average rate of pay,
imposed or the premiums granted, such information might, by means of additional columns, be inserted in the Rate Book, or special books arranged with reference to trades, as well as to individuals, might be used for
Whether a separate banking account for wages be kept or not, the employer may find it desirable to have Summary of a summary of the Wages Book prepared
(Specimen No. 15), showing the number of men and women employed in the various trades, the aggregate of their wages, their average rates of pay, &c.
Before passing from this branch of our subject it may be well to mention that even in large establishments what is in reality a receipt for the wages paid may be obtained from each employé by a process which entails
but little trouble. The time or pay clerk (as Receipts for
may be considered the more expedient) would write out on a slip of paper, ruled and printed for the purpose, the date, the employé's number, and the amount receivable. These forms can be distributed by the various foremen to their subordinates prior to the pay. Each employé presenting himself at the paytable will hand in this form to the pay clerk. These receipts can be compared with the Wages Book.
If instead of a Wages Book pay sheets or bills are used, the receipts might be obtained on the original documents by distributing them in the different shops, but this would involve considerable labour as compared with the procedure first described.
In all cases where men do not present Unclaimed Wages Book. themselves at the pay-table in ordinary course the pay clerk should make an entry in a book specially provided for that purpose, showing the man's name, the date, and the amount of his pay (Specimen No. 16).
UNCLAIMED WAGES BOOK.-SPECIMEN No. 16.
A signature should be obtained in this book for the money of each employé, who obtains his or her wages in any way other than at the pay-table on the ordinary pay-day.
By means of this book also the principal may at once see what wages have not been claimed, and can give instructions as to the disposal of such amounts as have been so long outstanding as to render their being claimed improbable.
Where any considerable number of employés are unable, owing to their hours of work, to be at the pay
table at the appointed time, there may be two Payment of
or more pays, or the employés so absent may deputy.
empower one of their fellow-workers to receive wages on their behalf (Specimen No. 17).
In cases in which employés are engaged permanently Payment of or temporarily outside the factory, a receipt wages to em- for the wages remitted them may with equal ployés outside factory. ease be obtained by means of a form ruled and printed in copyable ink (Specimen No. 18).
PAY WAGES NOTE.-SPECIMEN No. 17.
*, my wages, amounting to £
, for the week ending 189.
No.The Person receiving the amount above named is responsible for delivering the money to the person to whom it is due.
WAGES REMITTANCE FORM.-SPECIMEN No, 18.
amount. ing to £.
in payment of wages and expenses during the ending
189 as per details below. Please obtain the receipts on this form and return to
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