Documentation Time Sheet hours for employees paid per hour

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The Time Sheet is ideal for employees working under a remuneration per hour contract, without an agreed amount of hours.
After the time or hours of work are indicated, the program allows for an immediate display of your situation.
The monthly report to be delivered to your employer is complete and complies with legal requirements. 

Refer to the How to start page for a comprehensive explanation of it's functions.

Methods for managing your hours

The Time sheet allows for different methods for data collection:

  • Systematic collection.
    Enter the work start and stop times and the program will calculate the hours worked.  Via Data ->Columns setup ..., display the Start1-Stop1, Start2-Stop2, ... , Start5-Stop5 columns where you can enter the times of beginning and end.
  • Simplified collection.
    Indicate the hours worked in a day, 
    Via Data ->Columns setup ..., display Work1 and Work2 columns to enter the hours worked of the day.
  • Mixed collection.
    You can enter both the time of beginning and end, or the time worked.
    Display the Start and Stop columns and the Work columns. 

Setting up working day

In File and accounting properties ...  - Start  indicate the weekly working days.
Indicate 0 in hours Due.

Set up file and accounting properties for hourly pay

Change of working hours during the year

A change in working time is indicated in the Journal table, using the following columns:

Working and festive days

If you change the days you work during the year, you must enter the appropriate code in the Festive column to indicate the days you work.

  • W1. The day of the week will always be considered non working.
  • W2. The day of the week will always be considered as working.

For the other possibilities available, see the explanation of the Festive colum

Setting the progressive column to 0

By entering "RS" code in the Due code, the progessive balance will revert to 0.

Absences and sick leave

Enter the hours of absences for Illness, Vacations, Service or Other.

Add km and expenses

To register km's traveled or expenses incurred which must be reimbursed, a special column is added to the Journal table, via the following command Menu →Data → Columns setup ... 

If the added column is of the Amount Type, the program will automatically sum up in the total rows.


Further information.



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