An employee timesheet is a document used to track the hours worked by employees and to calculate their pay. There are not many steps to creating a timesheet, and none of them are particularly hard.
Here's how you can make an employee timesheet in Excel:
Preparation of labels
Layout the labels, which means stating everything that the timesheet needs to cover.
Put a date under the column labeled day.
Press the small square, and drag it to cover all days.
Enter the times they begin, break, and when their time is up.
Click under the total time (1), and type =E2-D2+C2-B2 (2), and press enter.
Mark cells b2 to f2 (1), and double click on the small square (2).
Note: This is the easiest way to do it. Follow this step if the work hours are the same. If the work-hours are not, then I would recommend you input them row by row.
This is a simple example of how to make an employee timesheet in Excel. You can modify the spreadsheet as needed for your specific requirements, such as adding formulas to calculate overtime pay, holiday pay, or sick pay.