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Getting Paid

For most candidates getting paid is a pretty important part of working and living in the UK and what will fund your travels!

Working with Protocol Education through umbrella company My Key Pay (Key Portfolio) you are paid weekly for any work that you undertake through us, which means budgeting is not too difficult. In order to get paid you will need to ensure you do the following:

  • Take a Protocol Education timesheet with you to each and every school you work in (you'll be given these don't worry!)
  • At the end of the day ensure you find the contact for the school and get your timesheet signed
  • Ask your contact or the school administrator to fax your timesheet to Protocol Education's Payroll department (they are usually happy to do this for you – but if not you can always fax it from the school you are at the next day or scan and email it to us)
  • By the end of the week you will need to ensure your timesheets are all in (they are due on Monday following the week you worked by 6pm)
  • By the end of the day on Monday you should receive a text message to confirm receipt of every timesheet you submitted (they will be sent separately i.e. 5 timesheets = 5 text messages)
  • If you haven’t received confirmation of all your timesheets being received you have between 8:15am and 11am on Tuesday to re-fax any missing timesheets to payroll. If you miss the deadline any outstanding timesheets will be paid the following week
  • Protocol Education Candidates are paid weekly on a Friday for all approved timesheets. Payment will be paid directly into your bank account and you will receive an electronic payslip from Key Portfolio to confirm how much was paid into your account

It is very important to get all your timesheets signed as we can only approve payment for authorised timesheets.

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