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Timesheets, Expenses and Payment

  • Publish Date: Posted over 4 years ago
  • Author: Emma Dadswell

Handle uses an online timesheet system called InTime - allowing you to submit electronic timesheets  for approval and view your payslips online.

Login details including usernames and passwords will be emailed to you within 5 days of your placement commencing.

Please note - if you do not submit a timesheet correctly it will delay your pay.  


  • The deadline for weekly timesheets is 9.00am Monday morning following the week worked.
  • You need to submit a timesheet via InTime for each assignment i.e. if you have two separate assignments in one period you need to complete two separate timesheets – one for each placement reference on InTime 
  • A week commences on Monday and ends on the following Sunday.
  • Timesheets must be authorised by your timesheet approver.
  • Unauthorised timesheets will not be processed.
  • Hours are rounded down to the nearest 15 minutes.
  • Weekly timesheets not received by 9.00am Monday will not be processed until the following week’s payroll.
  • Pay slips are available to view online on InTime using your same login details.
  • Where applicable, invoices for self-employed workers and those working through a limited company must be submitted by the same appropriate timesheet deadlines and must support the hours/rates shown on that timesheet.
  • Invoices must be addressed to Handle Recruitment Ltd and VAT will only be paid if we hold a copy of your VAT registration certificate.
  • For all questions regarding InTime and online timesheets please see our website



  • When claiming for allowable expenses you need to create and submit an Expenses Claim form on InTime – deadlines are the same as for your timesheet.
  • Where applicable expenses must also be included in the invoice.
  • Supporting receipts must be submitted.


You are paid weekly – you are paid a week in arrears and payment is made on the Friday following the week worked and paid by BACS transfer directly into your bank account.