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Temporary Workers Handbook
Timesheets

Working for HR GO: Timesheets

Depending on your assignment, timesheets may need to be submitted by you either manually or online, or they may be submitted by the client.

At the point of assignment your consultant will advise you of the timesheet process. If a manual or online timesheet is required, this must be submitted by 10am on a Monday morning for the previous work week to ensure timely payment.

If submission of your timesheet is your responsibility, you must make sure that it is signed by an authorised client signatory (for example your line manager) and handed in or emailed to your consultant (or submitted online if appropriate) by 10am every Monday morning.

If you need to email in your timesheets, an email address should have been given to you when you registered with HR GO. If you are unsure, please contact your consultant. This is very important as there is no guarantee you will receive payment on time otherwise! If you have a problem with meeting this deadline, let your consultant know as soon as you can so they can do their best to assist you.

Make sure you double check that you have completed your timesheet correctly or we may have to return it to you, which may cause you to miss the payment deadline.

If you are manually submitting and run out of timesheets, please contact your consultant or call into your local office. Your consultant can email you a copy or send some in the post to you.

When completing timesheets either manually or digitally please note the following:

  • Always use the 24 hour clock
  • Always enter start and finish times
  • Calculate to the nearest 1/4 of an hour the number of hours worked
  • Always deduct your breaks
  • Always obtain an authorised signature confirming the hours worked
  • Always use a new timesheet for each new client and each new week

 

Working for HR GO: Timesheets

Depending on your assignment, timesheets may need to be submitted by you either manually or online, or they may be submitted by the client.

At the point of assignment your consultant will advise you of the timesheet process. If a manual or online timesheet is required, this must be submitted by 10am on a Monday morning for the previous work week to ensure timely payment.

If submission of your timesheet is your responsibility, you must make sure that it is signed by an authorised client signatory (for example your line manager) and handed in or emailed to your consultant (or submitted online if appropriate) by 10am every Monday morning.

If you need to email in your timesheets, an email address should have been given to you when you registered with HR GO. If you are unsure, please contact your consultant. This is very important as there is no guarantee you will receive payment on time otherwise! If you have a problem with meeting this deadline, let your consultant know as soon as you can so they can do their best to assist you.

Make sure you double check that you have completed your timesheet correctly or we may have to return it to you, which may cause you to miss the payment deadline.

If you are manually submitting and run out of timesheets, please contact your consultant or call into your local office. Your consultant can email you a copy or send some in the post to you.

When completing timesheets either manually or digitally please note the following:

  • Always use the 24 hour clock
  • Always enter start and finish times
  • Calculate to the nearest 1/4 of an hour the number of hours worked
  • Always deduct your breaks
  • Always obtain an authorised signature confirming the hours worked
  • Always use a new timesheet for each new client and each new week