Biweekly Timesheet With Overtime Calculation in Excel
The Excel biweekly timesheet template automatically calculates overtime hours based on an 8-hour workday. The calculation is based on time in and out details.
Download this free overtime calculation timesheet where the time entry is automatically calculated on a daily and weekly basis. This overtime calculation timesheet keeps records of overtime hours rendered by the employee on top of the regular 8-hour workday.
Complete the template by filling out details on the blank sections provided. It includes sections for company name, employee name, employee ID, start date, date, day of week, time in, time out, lunch, total hours, overtime hours, weekly total, total overtime hours, and approver’s name.
The Excel biweekly timesheet is perfect for those who want an automatic calculation for the total hours since it features built-in formulas, allowing the template to auto-calculate the total number of hours daily and weekly. In this timesheet, the daily overtime calculation is based on an 8-hour workday, while the weekly overtime calculation is based on a 40-hour work week.
Moreover, lunch is considered unpaid, therefore, any details entered under the lunch column will not affect the calculations. You can leave that section blank, or you can put the lunch duration using this format (e.g., 1 hour), whichever you prefer. If this template suits your needs, you can download it for free. See instructions below on how to use this template.
Instructions in using the Timesheet:
Enter company name and employee details.
Enter start date of the work week. Once start date is entered, the remaining dates for the two-week period will be automatically generated.
Enter time in and time out details for each day in a sample format of 8:30 am. When entering the time in and time out in Excel timesheet, make sure you put a space between the time and the word AM/PM for the formulas to work. Example format: 8 am, 1:30 pm. It should also be noted that any additional hours rendered on top of the regular 8-hour workday will be counted as overtime.
Review, email, or print the completed timesheet.