Want to save a ton of time adding up time cards?Get a new time clock. If the one you have is an electronic kind that can be reprogrammed, you won’t have to buy a new one.
Get a time clock that does military time, and also one that increments in 10ths of an hour.
Every 10th is 6 minutes. So 0.1 is 6 minutes, 0.2 is 12 minutes. Once you get used to this, it’s incredibly easy. The clock will round when someone punches in and out.
The military time takes a little longer to get used to, however, you really don’t have to get used to it at all anyway, it’s just for purposes of time card entries so who cares? In other words, it’s not like you have to learn military time for everything, it’s just to make figuring timecards a whole bunch easier.
Now all you have to do is subtract the start time from end time. Wow, that was hard!
End time ……………..17.6 (5:36 pm)
Start time……………..8.2 (8:12 am)
less 1 hr for lunch = 8.4 hours
Got it? Now hit the floor and give me 20!