I have been working on a timesheet but the problem I have come across is calculating actual hours worked only in the core hours and any work outside the core hours is calculated in the outside hours column. A standard work day is 7.6 hours working between 8.30am and 5.00pm. However if someone was to commence work either before 6am or after 8pm this is outside of core hours. I have attached an example of my timesheet for you to see what I am talking about.
I am trying to set up a time sheet for staff where it calculates hours worked in and outside of core hours. I can do a calculation to work out what they have worked in and out of core hours providing that part of their time starts of finishes in core times. The problem I am having is when some one works only outside core hours. Our core hours are 6am to 6pm. The problem is when they work from say 7pm to 1am. This is irregular work paid as overtime not shift work.
I want to calculate employee rostered hours or days off from an exported crystal reports. The problem isn't how to calculate the hours but to calculate accurately when formatting changes occur in the exported report. This is an example for the exported sheet data.
I can do the timesheet formula for adding the hours worked as follows:
Start Finish Total 08:45 17:15 8.5
However, it doesn't work when I fill in a whole week work of hours in this format:
Start Finish Total 08:45 17:15 08:30
It works on a daily basis, but when total hours exceeds 24, the formula get's all mixed up - how to I format the total column to account for every 5 minutes worked, which you can't do when converting to decimal??
This may seem like an odd request... I recently received a protected worksheet that I entered my date of birth into, and it told me how long (if I pressed F9) I had been alive in y/m/w/d/m/s etc. I was wanting to do a similar spreadsheet to show how long I had stopped smoking for, and a running total of how much I was saving, but I couldn't look at the spreadsheet for help. The stop time was 01/06/08 - 05:00am GMT, up until present, and buying cigarettes I was spending £0.00004166666 per second. Is it possible to create such formulas?
I'm trying to calculate shift working hours without using dates.
The scenario is
Cell A1 = Start Time Cell A2 = Start Time Cell A3 = Break Time
Basically I want the output to calculate hours worked between:-
0000 and 0600 as a total in cell A4 0600 and 1800 as a total in cell A5 1800 and 0000 as a total in cell A6
Then if the value of A5 is greater than A3, subtract A3, but if the value of A5 is less than the value of A3, A5 should be zero and the remainder of the value of A3 subtracted from A4 (or A6) depending which has a value.
Im doing a spreed sheet to calculate employees hours. I have the employees names in column R and their hours in column S. example R5 = Mike S5 = 8. I need to search column R for all the mike's and total his hours, then move to the next employee and so on... I have already sorted the employees names so that all the names and hours correspond and starting in column R5 and S5 until the proceeding row is blank and then paste the results in column B5 (employee name) and D5(total hours)
How should I calculate working hours between two dates? Say if start at 26 july at 15:00 and finish at 29 july at 10:00, the function should return 4 hours because the working hours are from 8am to 5pm (8 - 17), and there is a weekend between the dates. Preferably the function should work like the NETWORKDAYS() function, but it should also include the time, not just the dates. And also, if have to add say 8 hours to a date, how should I calculate the result? Also this function should aware of the working hours and holidays, so it should ignore those times.
I'm trying to calculate the hours worked for both my day shift and my night shift. Day shift (thanks to search ) I have managed to figure out and worked quite well. =ROUND((E7-D7)*96,0)/4 It totals adds up the time and converts it into a decimal of hours worked.
For example Joes starts at 1100 and finishes at 1330 it returns a total of 2.5 hours worked.
However I strike a problem with nightshift. They start in the late afternnon and work thoguh into the am. I have used the same formula but it doesn't seem to work: =ROUND((K7-L7)*96,0)/4
I assume because once the clock strikes 12 it's a new day and it can't work out the maths.
Lets use the example form about but make it pm. Joe starts at 2300 and finishes at 0130 it should give me a total of 2.5 hours instead it gives me 21.5 hours
i need to get a formula that will calucate hours and min. its for how many hours the employee has not worked. some of them would be strait hours some would be just min there is no way to tell.
example lates 2 hours anp(absent no pay) 12 hours sicks 55.5 hours no calls early outs 21 min (this is just an example if it were real this person would be fired)
i know this adds up to 69.85 hours but i can't fuiger out a way to get it to calucate in excel. i know i could have it all changed to min and then devied by 60 to get the hours but how do i get it to read what is mins and whats hours?
I can't figure out how to do a proper formula for calculating time. For instance I have one column that says "Time In", the next is "Time Out" and the other is "Lunch Time". My calculation needs to be this:
Find the total hours between the Time In and Time Out and then Minus the lunch time to get total hours worked for the day. The only way I can get this to work is using 24 Hour time format. Is there another way?
Iím working on a timesheet and I need to separate the hours worked that are before 6 am from all the others. For example if someone works 1:00 am to 8:00 am I need a cell to populated with 5 representing the hours worked before 6 am. The formula below works fine except when the start time is 12:00 am. I am also having trouble if the start time is before midnight like in a 11pm to 5 am shift.
I have months ( 1 to 12 ). Every month, a set of tasks need to be executed which takes "x" number of hours.
So if I have 1 machine working 3 hour in the month 1, the total time spent is 3 hours. Fairly simple right !
Say on month 2, a set of tasks take 4 hours. total time that my first machine takes is 4 hours. But i want to introduce 3 new machines in this month, which will execute the first month's tasks. So total time spent here is ( 3*3 + 4*1) = 13 On month 3, task time is 6 hours. And I am introducing 2 new machines.
So total time is 2*3 ( time taken for 2 new machines to perform first month's tasks ) + 3 * 4 ( 3 new machines introduced last month will now execute second months task) + 6 * 1 ( time the first machine will spend on month 3 s tasks ) = 24
I'm trying to find a formula for calculating the number of business hours a service request may be open; this request may have been opened and even closed outside of business hours. I found a formula that appears to be working:
I am currently trying to create a rota / rosta for work which will show people what hours they are required to work, in a format similar to below:
NAME | SAT | SUN | MON | TUE |etc > Person A| 8:00 - 17:00 | 13:00 - 22:00 | OFF | 8:00 - 13:00| Person B| OFF | 17:00 - 22:00 | 8:00 - 17:00| OFF |
This is simple enough to create but I also need Excel to calculate how many hours each person is working in a week and the total number of hours used per day and per week. I found out that I can do this using a formula to work out hours and minutes between two times. However what I would also like Excel to do is deduct the unpaid breaks which the person is entitled to, however this depends on the times that they work, i.e. in the example above Person A would be entitled to a 1 hour unpaid lunch on Saturday, a half hour unpaid tea on Sunday and no unpaid break on Tuesday. Therefore 1 hour would be deducted off the Saturday total hours, 30 minutes would be deducted from the Sunday total hours and nothing taken off the Tuesday.
I need to worked out Hours worked in a timesheet. This was the easy part, the hard part is the clause tha HR threw in, which is:
If you have worked and 8 hour day WITH 1 hr lunch then you qualify for overtime. if you work a 8 hr day and work through your lunch (1 hour) (so equivelant to 9 hrs) you still do NOT qualify for overtime there for Overtime = 0.
This is cause some people work though their lunch to get overtime, but legally they have to have a break so we are not paying overtime for it. I have basically tried in a formula to replicate this but it works with some data and not with all. attached is an example, as you'll see the formula works in some cells, but not others.