Explore efficient time management with Examples.com – your ultimate tool for swiftly adding or subtracting time across days, hours, minutes, and seconds. Leverage our advanced timesheet calculator to make precise time adjustments effortlessly, optimizing your scheduling and productivity with ease.

Time Sheet calculator

How to Use the Timesheet Calculator

Step 1: Input Your Information

  • Name: Begin by entering your name in the space provided.
  • Date: Next, enter the current date or the date for which you are calculating hours.

Step 2: Record Your Daily Hours

  • For each day of the week (Monday through Sunday), you need to fill in two main fields:
    • Day Starting: Enter the time you start work each day. In the timesheet provided, the workday starts at 08:00 AM.
    • Time Ending: Enter the time you finish work each day. In the timesheet provided, the workday ends at 17:00 PM.

Step 3: Account for Any Deductions

  • Deduction (HH:MM): If you take any breaks that are not paid, such as a lunch break, enter the duration here. For example, a 1-hour lunch break would be entered as 01:00.

Step 4: Review Total Hours

  • Total: The timesheet will automatically calculate the total hours worked each day after deductions. In the provided example, the total hours worked each day are 9 hours.