Time Sheets for Tracking Employee's Hours Worked
By Nick Rojas
he attached file contains two documents designed to help you keep track of your employees' time worked. These forms, when completed by your employees, will not only help you calculate their hours worked and regular pay rates, but can become part of your payroll records to show how you arrived at your employees regular rates of pay and overtime pay, if applicable. You may choose to use only one of the forms, but you can use both--use whichever method works best for you.
The file contains two one-page documents formatted as tables in Microsoft Word 6.0. To use these forms, you need Microsoft version 6.0 or above.
- A form that must be completed by each employee each day. This form would ideally be posted somewhere near the employee entrance/exit.
- A form that you can distribute to each employee at the beginning of the workweek. Employees would keep their time on the form and turn it into you at the end of the workweek.
- Each form contains places for employees to total their hours and to sign off on their time sheets