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How to use the time card calculator
1. Pick a start date for your time card
Click the dropdown arrow on the first time card entry and choose the starting date for your time card. To add a new day, just click on the ‘Add Next Day’ Button. This tool will save your time entry for each day even if you close the browser. You can come back anytime to edit or add a new time entry.
2. Enter your hours worked for each day
You can enter your hours manually for each day or you can use our clock in and clock out timer to fill in the time worked for the current day. Add any unpaid breaks in the box provided and the tool will automatically calculate the total hours worked for that day.
3. Add your hourly and overtime rates
Add your base hourly rate, choose your overtime rules, and overtime rate. If overtime rules do not apply to you, select "Exempt". The tool will calculate your total gross pay based on hours you worked and your hourly rate and overtime rules.
4. Download or print your time card
Once you're ready to export your time card, you can easily print it out or you can download it as a CSV.
Still have questions?
How do you calculate time sheets?
There are two ways to to calculate how many hours your employees worked.
The first is a manual method where you manually enter the clock in time and clock out time for each employee.
The second method is to use a clock in timer that will record the clock in and clock out time for each employee.
To manually calculate the time sheet for an employee:
1) Subtract the difference between the clock in time and clock out time for each day worked
2) Add the total hours worked for each day, remembering to subtract breaks
3) Multiply the total hours worked with the hourly rate of the employee