Using the timesheet template
The timesheet template is for tracking employee time. The template is printable and optimized for Excel. If your business is in need of a timesheet template with employee hours, overtime, vacation days, and even lunch breaks all included, this is a great solution.
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Step 1: Download the weekly timesheet template of your choice. Please note, values on XLS files can be filled in on your computer. Make a copy of the Google Sheet to fill in values on your computer, or print a paper copy. Word and PDF files are read-only, so print a paper copy for best results.
Step 2: Fill in your employee’s name, their manager, your company’s name, the week’s start date, your employee’s standard pay rate, and your employee’s overtime pay rate.
Step 3: Employees can fill in the date, job/shift, job/shift code, their time in/out (including breaks), and any remaining hours (overtime, sick, holiday, and vacation).
Step 4: 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.