MC Labour policy on timesheet submission

1. Complete your timesheet and make sure it is legible

When filling out your timesheet, ensure all details are entered correctly. For timesheets to be processed, your full nameclient name and job addressdatesstart and finish times and your Site Supervisors name & signature must be completed. Site allowances and Special conditions comments should also be filled in if relevant

2. Multiple sites = Multiple timesheets

There may be times where you will be working on different sites during the week. For every site, you need to use a new timesheet

3. Supervisor signature

It is your responsibility to have your timesheets signed off by the on site supervisor at the end of each day. All hours worked cannot be paid until the timesheet/s have been signed off by your supervisor at the end of each week

4. Sending in your timesheet

Timesheets need to be as legible and as clear as possible. If you take a photo of your timesheet, please ensure that it is taken in good light, photo is clear and ALL SECTIONS of the timesheet have been captured (edge to edge)

Timesheets MUST be sent in by 10AM every Monday morning to avoid delayed pay. *** If your timesheet is missing these details it won’t be accepted! ***

How to send
  • Email timesheet@mclabour.com.au
  • Fax 03 8888 9909
  • Mail PO Box 1061, Carlton 3053
  • Timesheet box drop off to mailbox located in front of the Fitzroy MC office.

How to fill out your timesheet
Timesheet - DO's and DONT's

Missing dates - All dates worked must be written down

Missing name or missing client details - Your name and client details must be written down

Missing client signature - The client name and signature verifies your hours worked. These must be obtained and written down

Cut off - When taking a photo of your timesheet, please ensure the entire timesheet is photographed

Too small - If you email your timesheet, please make that you attach the image as a large file

Too blurry - If photographing your timesheet, check the image before submitting

Too light - Too much exposure can make the timesheet unreadable. If photographing your timesheet, check the image before submitting

Too much background - Avoid taking photos with a busy background. Timesheets get sent to clients and must be clear and presentable

Perfect example