How do you keep track of your sub payments if your jobs don't come from Aesop?

Discussion in 'Substitute Teachers' started by thesub, Dec 1, 2012.

  1. thesub

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    On Aesop at least there's a written record but there are other schools where it's a person. Do you actually write down job details and then figure out the paychecks for this period? I am thinking of doing this but is there a better way?

    How do I find out which paycheck is for what jobs in a particular period? I don't think the actual cheque show the date of the sub job, right?

    Thanks so much,
    thesub
     
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  3. hbcaligirl1985

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    You have basically answered your own question. You write it down. ALWAYS write it down. Even if the website keeps track of it. For example, I use SubFinder--but I always write down in my planner that I was at X school on Y day and my daily pay was = xyz

    If you don't know how much a district pays that doenst use AESOP, look it up and keep track that way.
     
  4. GemStone

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    When I subbed, I kept detailed records including the school name, the teacher's name, the date and time, and whether I was subbing for an actual teacher or a lower-paying position (such as a teacher aide.) I knew to the penny what my gross pay should be, and as I've said on this board before, there were frequent discrepancies that I had to rectify.
     
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    Thank you both. So I calculate what pay period my subbing day falls in and then estimate the paycheck for that period and see if that amount has been credited to my account, right?

    Usually I get only one or two sub jobs per week and it has been quite easy to keep track but this past week I have been subbing all week and now I am panicking.
     
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    Yes, see what pay period your days fall in. Then calculate your gross pay from that and compare it to your pay stub.
     

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