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Welcome PSL Refs! As a representative of PSL, we're counting on you to be professional, friendly and prepared. Please review the Referee Links and Ground Rules below to get started!

REFEREE LINKS

ARBITER

LEAGUE RULES
LEAGUE SCHEDULES
LEAGUE LOCATIONS
REPORT SCORES

REFEREE PAYMENT INFO

All referees should create a Venmo account HERE.  You may use a Facebook account or an email address; it will link to the bank of your choice and will transfer the funds free of charge. Players have the option to provide you cash or the electronic payment.  If a captain uses Venmo, you only need to provide your email address and the payment can be confirmed in the app or on their website.  Please contact PSL staff with any questions regarding this policy.

REFEREE GROUND RULES

1. REFEREE APPEARANCE & DEMEANOR

Dress to present yourself as a professional sports official, wearing a uniform appropriate for the sport you are officiating. Your uniform should be clean and free of wear & tear.

Your demeanor shall be that of a professional sports official who is in control of the game at all times. All calls shall be firm and decisive. Get to know the players by their first names, especially team captains. Have Fun!

Never yell at a player or react inappropriately.  Always be friendly, but in control.  All calls should be made quickly and confidently & referees should never argue with players.  You are a representative of PSL and we are counting on you to show us in the best light possible.  A smile goes a long way!

2. ASSIGNMENT CONFIRMATION

Establish an Arbiter Sports Referee user account (via welcome invitation from PSL) with updated contact info.  Block days you are unavailable & accept games assignments in a timely manner.

3. PUNCTUALITY

Referees are required to arrive 15 minutes prior to scheduled game times to set-up the field and get teams  ready to start games on time.

4. LEAGUE RULES, SPORTSMANSHIP AND ALCOHOL/DOGS

Know the league rules thoroughly and keep a copy with you are all time. PSL does NOT tolerate unsportsmanlike conduct such as dangerous / overly physical play, profanity, taunting, arguing or fighting.  Handle unsportsmanlike behavior early by noting it in the score reports for the staff to follow up.  Alcohol and dogs are prohibited from certain city facilities.  Stop games until they are removed.  Take photos if you notice empty beer cans when arriving & notify us in the score report.

5. CELL PHONE POLICY

Never text of talk on the phone during games & stay focused.  DO NOT KEEP SCORE ON YOUR PHONE.  Please bring pen/paper, stopwatch or any other accessories needed to keep score without using your phone.

6. PLAYER ELIGIBILITY AND TEAM FORFEITS

All players are required to have their PSL shirt.  Please report the name and team for any players missing these items.  In the event of a forfeit, do everything possible to make a scrimmage happen!  OFFICIALS WILL GET PAID BY THE LEAGUE IF A TEAM FORFEITS.  Scrimmages should be officiated as if it were a real game.  If a game end early, give the team the option to continue playing for fun.

7. EQUIPMENT CLEAN-UP

Return equipment to storage area or bin neat and orderly.  DO NOT JUST THROW THE EQUIPMENT IN THE BIN.  Be considerate of other referees that use the bin.

8. WEATHER CANCELLATIONS

Referees will be informed of early cancellations via email only; if time we will text you from the Google Voice Line.  Due to limited rain-dates, games will not be canceled unless there is severe weather or facility closures.  Should the weather take a sudden turn for the worst, the on-call staff person will follow up with you regarding field conditions.  A full-time staff member is always on-call.

9. UNIFORMS & SUPPLIES

Officiallysports.com, 800-934-4555



PSL PAYROLL SCHEDULE (for applicable staff)

Officials' & staff payments by PSL (when applicable) are processed on a bi-weekly basis, encompassing the previous 2 week period per the schedule below.  Mailed checks will be sent to the address provided on the required W9 form submitted upon work authorization.

All officials & staff will have an Arbiter account for scheduling and payment information purposes.  Paysheets & breakdowns are available to be viewed within your Arbiter account.  Officials and staff can view paysheet details in Arbiter by clicking the PAYMENTS on the blue menu bar and then PAYSHEETS in grey bar below.  If you click on the small calendar thumbnail to the right of a listed paysheet, it will show your paysheet info with clickable data for more detail.  If a paysheet isn't available to view for any given pay period, you either had no work recorded during that month or paysheets have yet to be processed (if viewing in advance of the payment date for that cycle, check again closer to or on the paydate).  Paysheets will remain accessible throughout the year and will be archived/removed each January for the previous year (historical payment information is available upon request once offline).

2018 PAYROLL CALENDAR

Date Range (work days)

Check Rec'd by Date (estimated)

DECEMBER 11 thru DECEMBER 24 FRIDAY, JANUARY 5
DECEMBER 25 thru JANUARY 7 FRIDAY, JANUARY 19
JANUARY 8 thru JANUARY 21 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2
JANUARY 22 thru FEBRUARY 4 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16
FEBRUARY 5 thru FEBRUARY 18 FRIDAY, MARCH 2
FEBRUARY 19 thru MARCH 4 FRIDAY, MARCH 16
MARCH 5 thru MARCH 18 FRIDAY, MARCH 30
MARCH 19 thru APRIL 1 FRIDAY, APRIL 13
APRIL 2 thru APRIL 15 FRIDAY, APRIL 27
APRIL 16 thru APRIL 29
FRIDAY, MAY 11
APRIL 30 thru MAY 13
FRIDAY, MAY 25
MAY 14 thru MAY 27
FRIDAY, JUNE 8
MAY 28 thru JUNE 10
FRIDAY, JUNE 22
JUNE 11 thru JUNE 24
FRIDAY, JULY 6
JUNE 25 thru JULY 8
FRIDAY, JULY 20
JULY 9 thru JULY 22 FRIDAY, AUGUST 3
JULY 23 thru AUGUST 5 FRIDAY, AUGUST 17
AUGUST 6 thru AUGUST 19 FRIDAY, AUGUST 31
AUGUST 20 thru SEPTEMBER 2 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14
SEPTEMBER 3 thru SEPTEMBER 16 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27
SEPTEMBER 17 thru SEPTEMBER 30 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12
OCTOBER 1 thru OCTOBER 14 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26
OCTOBER 15 thru OCTOBER 28 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9
OCTOBER 29 thru NOVEMBER 11 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23
NOVEMBER 12 thru NOVEMBER 25 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7
NOVEMBER 26 thru DECEMBER 9 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21
DECEMBER 10 thru DECEMBER 23 FRIDAY, JANUARY 4
DECEMBER 24 thru JANUARY 6 FRIDAY, JANUARY 18


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