Bi-weekly Timesheet Template

Download our free bi-weekly timesheet template to track employee hours, overtime, vacation days, and more.

Bi-weekly timesheet templates for Microsoft Excel, Word, PDF, or Google Sheets.

How to Use the Bi-weekly Timesheet Template

The bi-weekly timesheet template is a semimonthly, or two-week, timesheet for tracking employee time. The template is printable and optimized for Excel. Use our bi-weekly timesheet template for employee hours, overtime, vacation days, and even lunch breaks.

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Step 1: Fill in your employee’s name, their manager, your company’s name, the pay period start date, your employee’s standard pay rate, and your employee’s overtime pay rate.

Step 2: Employees can fill in the day, date, job/shift, job/shift code, their time in/out (including breaks), and any remaining hours (overtime, sick, holiday, and vacation).

Step 3: When it’s time to hand the timesheet in, employees sign the top of the form. Managers can then calculate the employee’s total time for payroll.

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Government Compliance Checklist

Before using any timesheet, we highly recommend checking to ensure you and your employees are adhering to government compliance guidelines relating to time theft. Here are three of the most common laws being broken, though there are many to be aware of. To avoid any trouble (and paying out too much on payroll), consider these three important questions.

1. Are you failing to compensate your interns?

Internships: Undergraduates know they need them and many businesses wish they could take on more participants. Because having interns is like having free labor, right? Not according to the FLSA, which states employers must classify and pay interns unless certain employer-intern criteria are met. Failing to pay interns could land you with a wage and hour lawsuit.

Do your interns meet the criteria for payment? Read on to brush up on your FLSA education.

2. Are your employees doing work off the clock?

If your employees are working off the clock, you could be at risk for an FLSA lawsuit. Even if your employees are just responding to emails or answering your weekend text messages, if they’re working, they should be compensated, especially if they’re nonexempt and qualify for overtime pay.

Don’t let off-the-clock work land you in a courtroom. Read more about preventing off-the-clock work.

3. Are you keeping inaccurate employee records?

If you don’t know the difference between exempt and nonexempt employees, your records might not be up to date, which means you’re on your way to trouble with the FLSA. Keeping sloppy or inaccurate records regarding employee classification and employee time worked puts you at risk. But accurate records are your best defense in any potential FLSA lawsuit.

Accurate records are the single most important thing you can do to avoid an FLSA lawsuit. We’ll show you why.

More Templates and Timesheet Options

Interested in TSheets’ handy timesheet solutions? Here are two more timesheet solutions for you to try.

Timesheet Software

TSheets timesheet software is a cloud-based time tracking solution. Accurately track time against employee, job, or materials. For mobile workforces, GPS enables you to see who’s working where, at any time. No more guesswork. Precision timesheets.

Timesheet Templates

This timesheet template for Google Spreadsheets, Adobe Reader (PDF), Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Excel is free and easy to use. The template factors in your employees’ breaks, lunches, and in/out times.

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