This is the third version of the original 2-column time sheet calculator, which I added in response to a request asking for a fourth in/out column.
If this is your first time here, be sure to check out the following features.
Fast Time Entry
Up until now, adding up your time sheet hours was probably a real pain.
Because most offline and hand-held calculators don't have a ":" (colon) key to represent hours and minutes. Hence you have to convert the minutes into tenths of hours before you can add up work hours.
And just like the other versions, this calculator also enables you to enter times without any special characters at all!. And you can even enter times as military times if you want. And again, no punctuation required.
And you will also be pleased to see there are no drop-down time or AM/PM menus to slow you down, nor will you never need to hit the back button or wait for the page to reload to recalculate. All the magic happens on this page!
Two Tasks at Once
Simply enter the in and out times for each day of the weekly payroll period and the calculator will ...
- Total the work hours for each day and then for the entire week, and ...
- Compute the gross wages for the week -- including any overtime pay.
Automatic Minutes to 10ths of Hours Conversion
If you use an offline calculator to add up work hours you will spend extra time converting minutes into 10ths of hours (15 minutes = .25 hours).
No more! The time sheet calculator on this page will automatically convert minutes to 10ths of hours.
Printer Friendly Report
The weekly time sheet calculator also includes a Printer Friendly Report so you can print out a work-hours and gross wages report for each employee -- without printing everything else on this web page.
Not only will this save time and printer ink, but you will also impress the payroll clerk or accountant with how neat and easy-to-read your hour and wage reports are compared to those that are still submitting hand-written reports.
Other Versions Available
Here are the other versions currently available in case the time entry calculator on this page doesn't meet your needs:
- Weekly 2 Column
- Weekly 3 Column
- Biweekly 2 Column
- Biweekly 3 Column
- Semi-Monthly 3-Column
- Monthly 3-Column