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YourPay is a mobile web app where you can enter timesheets and check your payslips. It works on your smartphone, tablet or computer, so you can access it anywhere.
When your employer invites you to YourPay, you'll receive an email with a link. Can't find the email? Access YourPay at https://yourpay.myob.com. (You'll need to sign in with the MYOB account you were asked to create).
- In YourPay, click or tap Timesheets.
Enter your hours for the current pay period.
If you have notes you want to share with your employer, enter them in the Notes field.
Add a note for any 'non-normal' hours
We recommend you add a note any time you work hours that wouldn't be classed as 'normal'. This includes overtime, or any sort of leave (annual, sick or bereavement).
For example, if you worked 2 hours overtime on Tuesday on top of your usual 8, you'd enter 10 hours for Tuesday and add a note to tell your employer that 2 of the hours were overtime.
When you're ready to submit your timesheet to your employer, click or tap Submit. Or, if you don't want to submit it yet, click or tap Save to save your changes.
Need to change something?
No worries! As long as you haven't submitted the timesheet yet, you can make changes up until your employer does a pay run for that period. Just make your changes, then click or tap Update. Already submitted it? You'll need to get in touch with your boss.
In the Timesheets list, the timesheet's status will be updated.
In YourPay, click or tap Payslips. Your last five payslips will appear in the list.
Can't see any payslips? You might not have been paid yet. Check with your boss if that doesn't sound right.
- Click or tap the payslip you want to view. A summary will appear, showing the crucial information from your payslip.
- Need to see the whole thing? Click View PDF to download the full payslip.
It's up to your boss, so get in touch with them to check.
You can add multiple lines for the one day. So, if you work from 9 to 5 with an hour-long unpaid break in the middle, you'd enter 9am to 12pm on one line of the timesheet, and 1pm to 5pm on the next line.
You'll need to enter each day's hours against that day. For example, if you work on a Monday night from 7pm to 1am, enter 5 hours for Monday and 1 hour for Tuesday.
If your timesheet period is, say, Wednesday to Tuesday, you'll need to enter your hours across the two relevant Mon-Sun timesheets in YourPay.
You'll notice that each timesheet in the Timesheets list has a status. Here's what they mean:
- Not started – you haven't entered any hours yet.
- Open – you've entered some hours, but haven't submitted it yet.
- Submitted – you've submitted it.
- Paid – your employer's done the pay run for this period.
Get in touch with your boss and give them your hours, as they'll need to enter them manually when they do the pay run.