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Add daily work hours for the week. For example, from Monday to Friday the time card shows "In-8 a.m.. out lunch-12:15 p.m., in lunch-1:15, out-5 p.m." Subtract one hour for unpaid lunch and pay the employee eight work hours for each day, which equals 40 hours for the week. Calculate overtime hours, if applicable.
divide the minutes by 60. if the result is a number with a decimal part, then. the hours is the integer part. the minutes is the decimal part multiplied by 60.
You do this by dividing the minutes worked by 60. You then have the hours and minutes in numerical form, which you can multiply by the wage rate. For example, if your employee works 38 hours and 27 minutes this week, you divide 27 by 60. This gives you 0.45, for a total of 38.45 hours.
Divide the total amount of your weekly or bi-weekly gross pay by your hourly pay rate. The result is the number of hours you worked during the pay period.
You do this by dividing the minutes worked by 60. You then have the hours and minutes in numerical form, which you can multiply by the wage rate. For example, if your employee works 38 hours and 27 minutes this week, you divide 27 by 60. This gives you 0.45, for a total of 38.45 hours.
In A1, enter Time In. In B1, enter Time Out. In C1, enter Hours Worked. Select A2 and B2, and press [Ctrl]1 to open the Format Cells dialog box. On the Number tab, select Time from the Category list box, choose 1:30 PM from the Type list box, and click OK. Right-click C2, and select Format Cells.
Adding time with a conventional calculator requires you to first convert your minutes into a decimal number, by dividing the minutes into 60. Our calculator for time adds your hours and minutes in no time.
Add daily work hours for the week. For example, from Monday to Friday the time card shows "In-8 a.m.. out lunch-12:15 p.m., in lunch-1:15, out-5 p.m." Subtract one hour for unpaid lunch and pay the employee eight work hours for each day, which equals 40 hours for the week. Calculate overtime hours, if applicable.
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