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Bi Weekly Work Schedule in Excel

This Bi-Weekly Work Schedule in Excel format can help record your work schedule for the next two weeks. This template is free to use, edit, or download.

Bi Weekly Work Schedule in Excel
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This work schedule template in excel can be used for planning out your daily tasks and activities for the next two-weeks. The template is designed in a 12-hour shift schedule, with 1 hour interval.

This employee schedule template has sections for the start date, end date, date, day of week, and time/hourly schedule. This form features two tables to cover your bi-weekly schedule. Each table is on a seven-day period and highlights your weekly working plan.

Use this biweekly work schedule template to help achieve your work tasks and activities in a short period of time. Although few sections of this template are noneditable because of formulas, the rest of the template are mostly customizable. Customize the template according to your needs. If you want to create your own work planner template, you can also use this work schedule format as basic reference.

To use this template, just enter your work tasks on the blank fields provided. Before listing down your work tasks/activities, enter the start date of your work week first. This enables the time schedule template to generate the specific dates and days of each weekly table. For further details, refer to the instructions provided below.

Instructions in using the Schedule Template:

  1. Enter start date of the work week. Once start date is entered, the remaining dates for the two-week period will be automatically generated, along with the end date.

  2. Enter start time of your work week. Update the start time for each work week based on your schedule by editing cell A7 for Week 1, and cell A34 for Week 2. When entering the start time, make sure you put a space between the time and the word AM/PM for the formulas to work. Example format: 7 AM.

Once this information is entered, the rest of the daily hours should be automatically filled out for you in a 12-hour schedule, with 1 hour interval.

  1. List down your work activities/tasks for the next two weeks. Plan out your biweekly work schedule by listing down your activities/tasks for the next two weeks on the blank sections provided. These records will serve as your guide on things you need to achieve/complete at the end of each week.

  2. Check or update your work schedule. Check your work schedule every now and then to remind yourself of your goals/plans for the next two weeks. For any changes on your plans, you can update the schedule template anytime.