As a colleague you'll be paid every 4 weeks, which means there are 13 pay dates in a year. Below are the dates on which payment will be made.
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• Fri 17th January 2020
• Fri 14th February 2020
• Fri 13th March 2020
• Thurs 9th April 2020
• Thurs 7th May 2020
• Fri 5th June 2020
• Fri 3rd July 2020
• Fri 31st July 2020
• Fri 28th August 2020
• Fri 25th September 2020
• Fri 23rd October 2020
• Fri 20th November 2020
• Fri 18th December 2020
How is my pay calculated?
For the purposes of calculating wages and other payments, our working week is Sunday to Saturday.
Your basic pay is calculated depending on whether you are an hourly paid or a salaried colleague, as follows:
For hourly paid colleagues - basic pay is calculated as (hourly rate x number of weekly contracted hours) x4
For salaried colleagues - basic pay is calculated as annual salary ÷ 52 ÷ contracted hours
You will find that adjustments such as overtime, sick pay etc may be processed and paid in the following pay period dependent upon the deadlines for payroll submission. The actual dates for your adjustments for that pay date can be found here.
Your payslip will be issued every payday. If you have queries about your pay, speak to your immediate supervisor or manager who will check the information submitted and processed for you.
If your employment ends with the Society, it will be your responsibility to ensure that you save a copy of your historic pay slips as you will no longer have access to the online portal once your employment with the Society has ended. If you are due payment once you have left the Society, Payroll will send out your final payslip in a paper format to your home address.
How to view your payslip
You can view your payslip via an online portal. This portal is accessible both in and outside of the Society network so that you can have visibility of your payslip at any time. You can either watch the video above or read the user guide for information on how to view your payslip.
Your P60 form confirms your earning for the previous tax year. They will only be available for colleagues who:
Were employed in the previous tax year
Perceived a payment before the 5th April
Paid income tax and/or national insurance
Your P60 is an important document and should be kept for a minimum of 3 years, the Society advises 6 years, as HMRC can request this information at any time.
You can access your P60 the same way as your payslip. The P60 form is under the March payslip. Simply click into the March payslip and you should see your P60 form.