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In setting up a pay structure:

a) What legal requirements must an organization meet?

b) Which of these do you think would be most challenging for a small start-up Company? Why?

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a) What legal requirements must an organization meet?

Some of the legal requirements which must be met with regards to setting up a pay structure are those related to minimum wage requirements for certain job positions, fair and equal pay to employees irrespective of their gender, cultural background,etc., compliance to tax related requirements such as withholding of tax, social security,etc. and ...

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What legal requirements must an organization meet?

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