My old supervisor retired and this lady, who has previously ignored many of my emails, is my new supervisor.
I work remotely and usually with most co-workers I do get replies. For example, when I send or upload a file I get a response to let me know that the file was received. This lady, in the past, would seldom let me know that she got something I sent. One time I politely asked her if she would please let me know once the file was received. She ignored this and I just decided at that point to accept that I would not be able to expect a reply from her.
The problem now is that I must turn in my time sheet to her and I did not get paid last pay period, and since she ignored the time sheet I sent her today, I am worried I will not be paid again. Would it be wrong for me to contact the lady who does payroll and ask her if my hours were turned in to her?
[Edit in from below]
Thanks for the replies. I will contact payroll tomorrow to see if my hours were turned in. I agree that this could just be an innocent mistake on the part of payroll. It would just be nice if the new supervisor would acknowledge my messages and then I wouldn't need to fret.