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Xmas pay question

30 Nov 2019, 17:27

Does anyone know if we are getting paid on Tuesday 24th or Friday 27th??

Xmas pay question

30 Nov 2019, 20:42

dazer0070 wrote:Does anyone know if we are getting paid on Tuesday 24th or Friday 27th??

Can't see why it wouldn't be 27th as it's not a holiday day.

Xmas pay question

30 Nov 2019, 21:31

rambo1 wrote:
dazer0070 wrote:Does anyone know if we are getting paid on Tuesday 24th or Friday 27th??

Can't see why it wouldn't be 27th as it's not a holiday day.

But banks will be closed wed an thurs so how will it be in bank on friday. an dare say it most will prob close half day xmas eve.

Xmas pay question

01 Dec 2019, 18:24

dazer0070 wrote:Does anyone know if we are getting paid on Tuesday 24th or Friday 27th??


Doest it make any difference? We are getting paid weekly anyway so I assume we are getting paid on the 20th anyway.

Xmas pay question

01 Dec 2019, 20:14

aiden01 wrote:
rambo1 wrote:
dazer0070 wrote:Does anyone know if we are getting paid on Tuesday 24th or Friday 27th??

Can't see why it wouldn't be 27th as it's not a holiday day.

But banks will be closed wed an thurs so how will it be in bank on friday. an dare say it most will prob close half day xmas eve.


In a normal banking week, as we are paid on a Friday each week, Payroll will submit all our pay, via the banking network, on the preceding Tuesday (includes overtime from the previous week), as it takes the banks, three bank working days to process the data (pay slips).

Thus, due to the Xmas bank holidays, Payroll will now be submitting their data to the banking network on the preceding Friday (so all that weeks overtime will not be included and will be added to the following weeks pay).

Hope that helps.

Xmas pay question

01 Dec 2019, 23:09

Startingover wrote:
aiden01 wrote:
rambo1 wrote:
dazer0070 wrote:Does anyone know if we are getting paid on Tuesday 24th or Friday 27th??

Can't see why it wouldn't be 27th as it's not a holiday day.

But banks will be closed wed an thurs so how will it be in bank on friday. an dare say it most will prob close half day xmas eve.


In a normal banking week, as we are paid on a Friday each week, Payroll will submit all our pay, via the banking network, on the preceding Tuesday (includes overtime from the previous week), as it takes the banks, three bank working days to process the data (pay slips).

Thus, due to the Xmas bank holidays, Payroll will now be submitting their data to the banking network on the preceding Friday (so all that weeks overtime will not be included and will be added to the following weeks pay).

Hope that helps.


Thanks for the informative response to a genuine question. Unlike some....

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