Hours Worked and Overtime Hours in Excel

Hours Worked and Overtime Hours in Excel

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Calculating Hours worked and Overtime hours in Excel can be a tricky thing.

In this Video, we show how to:

  1. Calculate worked hours: We show how to calculate the hours worked for an Employee in Excel
  2. We show how to Calculate overtime hours: We show how to calculate the hours worked after the 8th hour.
  3. We show how to Calculate overtime on a daily basis or a weekly basis: We show how to calculate overtime based on a standard working day of 8 hours and based on a standard working week of 40 hours.
  4. We show how to handle Night shift Calculations: We show how to calculate working hours when we have Night Shifts which could be a bit tricky. We show we can use the MOD() function to handle this issue.

To be able to fully grasp this Video, you need to be aware of how date and time work in Excel. You can watch my Excel Date and Time Masterclass below:

You can also download our Excel Date and Time CheatSheet using the below form!

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