Overtime Sheet in Excel (Simple)
This Simple overtime sheet in Excel format can be used to track the overtime hours rendered by the employee on top of the regular 8-hour work schedule.
This free time card calculator with overtime can be used to track an employee’s regular and overtime hours in a two-week period.
The Simple employee timesheet has very basic features, making it easy to use or customize. It has sections for the company name, employee name, employee ID, start date, date, day of week, total, weekly total, total hours, approved by, and approval date. Besides the regular and overtime hours, it also has columns for company-provided PTO hours such as holidays, sick leave, vacation leave, or others.
With built-in formulas, this excel overtime tracker automatically calculates the total hours based on the daily time entry. It’s the perfect tool to use for tracking all overtime hours rendered by the employee on top of the regular 8-hour work schedule.
To use this timesheet calculator with overtime, instructions are provided below.
Enter company and employee details.
Enter start date of the work week. Once start date is entered, the remaining dates for the week will be automatically generated.
Enter work hours rendered for each day. Enter your daily work hours under the columns applicable to you. It could be under the regular hours, overtime hours, or company-provided paid time off (PTO) hours such as holidays, sick leave, vacation leave, or others. You can enter your work hours using this sample format, e.g., 8 for regular 8 hours work.
Once these details are entered, sections for the total, weekly total, and total hours should auto calculate.
- Review the completed timesheet. Review the completed timesheet to ensure accuracy of details entered. It should now be ready for the manager’s approval or review.