Timesheet Policy for Weekly Paid Temporary Workers


  1. All temporary workers are required to submit a timesheet on a weekly basis, no later than the close of business on the Friday of each week.
  2. Timesheets must include the following information:
  • The worker’s name and employee ID number
  • The dates of the workweek for which the timesheet applies
  • The start and end time of each workday
  • The total number of hours worked each day
  • The total number of hours worked for the week
  1. Timesheets must be signed and dated by the worker and must also include the signature of the supervisor or manager who has approved the hours worked.
  2. Timesheets may be submitted in one of the following ways:
  • In-person to the supervisor or manager
  • Via email to the designated timesheet email address
  • Via fax to the designated fax number
  1. Any discrepancies or errors on a timesheet must be reported to the supervisor or manager immediately and corrected before the timesheet is submitted for payment.
  2. Workers who fail to submit a timesheet by the designated deadline may have their pay delayed until the next pay period.
  3. Any fraudulent or falsified information on a timesheet will result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment.
  4. This policy is subject to change without notice and it is the worker’s responsibility to stay informed of any updates or revisions.

By following this timesheet policy, temporary workers will ensure that their hours worked are accurately recorded and that they will be paid in a timely manner. It’s important for both the worker and the agency to maintain accurate records for compliance and legal reasons.