How to calculate work hours and pay
Calculating work hours
To total your weekly hours, enter start/end time (or them select from the dropdown), enter how much time you've spent on the break, and the calculator will automatically calculate the result. You can enter time in AM/PM format, or you can switch to 24h format in Options. You can quickly navigate from one field to another using Tab. When the tab is is focus on the dropdown, you can press up and arrow keys to increment the time.
Deducting break time
You can enter how much time you've spent on a break, which will be deducted from your total hours. Alternatively, you can specify exact time when your break started and ended.
Time card calculator can calculate your payroll based on your hourly rate. Simply enable the "Show pay" option, enter your hourly rate (and currency), and the calculator will calculate and show the payment info next to total hours.
The calculator can show how many overtime hours you've worked once you enabled "Show overtime". You can change whether overtime starts after 8h/day, 40h/week, or custom. The calculator can even use a different hourly rate for overtime hours when calculating pay once you've enabled "Use overtime rate".
Once you're finished entering data, you can print your time card and give it your manager. You can also download your time card in CSV format (which can be opened in Excel) for personal archive. To save the time card as PDF in Chrome: click Print, under "Destination" instead of your printer select "Save as PDF", and click Save.
Customizing time card
You can enter your name in the top left corner of the calculator, select a different date, and, if you turn on the "Add note when printing" option, enter a custom note which will appear on paper/PDF. If you don't work over weekend, you can switch to the 5-day workweek and Saturday and Sunday won't be displayed..
Saving time cards
If you want to access your time cards later, you can enter time in Clockify timesheet.
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