Orla Murphy’s Wages



Patrick O’Shea writes:

I know you don’t usually do this, but I found an envelope with someone’s payslip and wages in it this afternoon on St Andrew’s Street in Dublin City centre. The person’s name is Orla Murphy and the payslip is written on a restaurant document (no name).


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17 thoughts on “Orla Murphy’s Wages

  1. Casey

    Am I reading $20.27 for 10 hours work?

    I hope you are on the emergency Orla cos otherwise you are being ripped off.

  2. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    In all seriousness, isn’t it shameful that this sort of thing is accepted as a payslip?
    -In this day and age?
    -In our country and inherently our name?

    Is this what we’ve become?

    1. Murtles

      Indeed. *cracks fingers as I break out copy and paste function to impress Broadsheetians Broadsheeters..

      The Payment of Wages Act 1991 gives all employees a right to a pay slip which will show the gross wage and details of all deductions. A pay slip is essentially a statement in writing from the employer to the employee that outlines the total pay before tax and all details of any deductions from pay. It can be provided to you either in electronic format or in hard copy. Your right to a pay slip is set down in Section 4 of this Act.

  3. Mikeyfex

    Sarah’ll have that gone on her before you can say ‘cumminuplikeashkybiy’ anyway. Poor thing.

  4. the good helen

    a good idea might be to ring around the local restaurants to see if she works in any of them?

    1. padshea

      Thanks Helen, I have done. I’ve also contacted the number on the slip to contact the restaurants they supply. Would like to get this money back to the rightful owner.

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