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Late Timesheets - how to handle?

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    #11
    Send another email to the approver. Use 'flag as important' on the email.
    When asking to sign the timesheet keep it really brief, but use words like "I need this to get paid", or "please can you sign this so I can get paid".

    This usually resonates with senior managers. Its no longer a bit of admin, but a means for you to provide for your family.

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      #12
      What's your opt/in out status? I believe I'd you are opted in the agency have to pay you irrespective of a signed time sheet I believe. Or is it opt out. I forget. Its one of the two.
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        #13
        Originally posted by northernladuk View Post
        What's your opt/in out status? I believe I'd you are opted in the agency have to pay you irrespective of a signed time sheet I believe. Or is it opt out. I forget. Its one of the two.
        There's no such thing as opt in.

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          #14
          Some clients sign them as you submit them online, others need to be guided. I had one client where I physically had to walk her laptop up to her and go "this months deadline is closing in ten minutes" every month. All part of having your own business.

          Have enough warchest that being behind 2 weeks doesn't cause you material harm then just chase the things proactively where you can.
          Last edited by PerfectStorm; 16 April 2020, 17:27.

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            #15
            Who sends the invoice?


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