Pay and employment

All employees are entitled by law to a written statement of salary. This statement is called a 'payslip'. Find out about your rights here.

Minimum rates of pay
Under the National Minimum Wage Act 2000, most employees are entitled to a minimum wage.

Employment Detail Summary (formerly P60)
Information about the Employment Detail Summary (previously P60) and how to get it.

When you are regularly paid late
If your employer is regularly late when paying your wages then there are steps you can take to enforce your legal right to your pay.

Leaving work without being paid
If you lose your job you have the right to be paid for days you have worked. Find out about how to get paid the money you are owed after leaving a job and how to make a compaint about non-payment of wages.

Taxation of benefits from employment
Employees can get certain benefits in addition to their salary or wages. Some of these benefits are taxed. This document provides information on how such benefits are taxed.
This document is in: Income tax

How your income tax is calculated
Tax on income you earn from employment is deducted directly from your salary (pay). Find out how this tax is calculated.
This document is in: Income tax

Employee share schemes
Employees in Ireland can avail of certain share options from their company that may be "tax free" or "tax efficient". Find out about the two main ways an employee can benefit from shares in the company.
This document is in: Tax on savings and investments

Help with low pay
Tax and social welfare assistance is available for low income earners and their families. Information on available schemes and how to apply.
This document is in: Social welfare payments and work