# Breakdown of total daily worked hours

1. ## Breakdown of total daily worked hours

Hi,

I have started to work on a timesheet for recording worked hours.
I am stumped on a formula to spread overtime hrs from the total hrs.

I am looking for something to automatically populate cells from total hrs.

eg:
I have a cell already showing total hrs,
If worked hrs is less or equal to 8, leave as is, and populate only the regular hrs column.
If worked hrs is greater, I need to spread the hrs over three columns.
The first column to show regular hrs (always 8)
The second column is time+half, no more than 2 hrs,
The third column is double time, remainder of hrs worked. (eg: total hrs 10.5, regular=8, 1.5=2, and 2.0=0.5)

Also tea money is paid when 2 hrs at 1.5 is reached. How would that be calculated into the formula?

2. ## Re: Breakdown of total daily worked hours

If you upload a sample sheet showing what you would like to see, it would be much easier, then we can reference our formulas to your data..
BUT, with that in mind, assuming data in column A, Starting with row 1
B1: (Reg Time):
=IF(A1>8,8,A1)
C1: (1.5):
=IF(A1>8,IF(A1<=10,A1-8,2)
D1: (2):
=(A1>10)*(A1-10)
E1: (Tea Time)
=(A1>=10)*(tea money calculation)

Hope this helps

3. ## Re: Breakdown of total daily worked hours

Hi,
I have attached the paysheet file which shows my workings so far.

4. ## Re: Breakdown of total daily worked hours

Thats fine...hows tea money calculated?

5. ## Re: Breakdown of total daily worked hours

Try these so far, when you get back to me with the "tea money" info I will add
G3:
=IF(F3>8,8,F3)
drag down

H3:
=IF(F3>8,IF(F3<=10,F3-8,2),0)
drag down

J3:
=(F3>10)*(F3-10)
drag down

and a suggestion for I3:
=(H3=2)*tea money amount
Drag down

Hope this helps

6. ## Re: Breakdown of total daily worked hours

Hi, not sure if this will help, but I created this for another member. It is based on the following, maybe you cad adapt it to suite your needs?

weekday hours up to 8 = regular time
weekday hours 8 -10 = * 1.5
weekday hours > 10 = * 2
Sat hours up to 8 = * 1.5
Sat hours > 8 = * 2
Sun hours = * 2

7. ## Re: Breakdown of total daily worked hours

Tea money is calculated after 10 hrs is worked. eg: 8 hrs regular, then 2 hrs @ 1.5, tea money is then applied, then double time thereafter

8. ## Re: Breakdown of total daily worked hours

To tell you the truth, that means absolutely nothing to me...show me how it works...what is the VALUE of TEA MONEY, how can I calculate it?...is it a true or false/yes or no/ owed or not owed??
Show mea on a worksheet, (And PLEASE use one of the options offered for the calculations...TO show me HOW it relates to the data, please !

9. ## Re: Breakdown of total daily worked hours

It isn't quite what I was looking for, but will be some help in adapting to what I need.

Thanks

10. ## Re: Breakdown of total daily worked hours

Sorry about that, I'll try to explain another way.

In the spreadsheet I posted earlier it shows that I select start and finish times from a drop down, which populates cell F3 " Hours" as a total.
From that total, I would like to populate cells G3 to J3 ( regular, time+half, meal money and double time)
I have re-attached the spreadsheet with examples.

On the first worksheet I would like just to display hours, because I'm going to try money values on another work sheet,
but here are the break down of payments, which includes how meal money is applied
\$25.00 - upto and including 8 hrs. (regular)
\$37.50 - time+half for hrs after 8, upto 10 hrs.
\$15.00 - meal money once 10 hrs worked.
\$50.00 - double time for any hrs after 10hrs.

11. ## Re: Breakdown of total daily worked hours

Paysheet.beitzy.sol1.xlsSO...to get this straight---if they work at all--costs \$25.00
if they work over 8,but less then10 hrs the "meal cost" is \$37.50 for the DAY..not added to the \$25.00?
if they work 10 hrs exactly, "mealcost" is \$37.50+ \$15.00 or \$25.00+\$15.00 (ie=\$40.00)
if they work anything above 10 hrs \$50.00 for the day?

need some solid information..(ie- IF they work 8hrs or less, meal cost is \$25, if they work More than 8hrs but less than 10hrs meals cost \$37.50, if they work 10hrs exactly meal cost is ??\$40.00 or \$52.50??, if they work 10+ hours meal costs is \$50.00)

here's the attachment showing how i calculated the hour, I left meal time out as this is still completely un-understandable to me :Paysheet.beitzy.sol1.xls

(* BTW - remind me never to hire on with you, MY boss tried this with me, he'd be short a couple of crews for sure )

I want to help, but make what you want CLEAR,please

12. ## Re: Breakdown of total daily worked hours

Sorry for the confusion

\$25 an hour for 8 hours
After 8 hours is time+half rate for 2 hours at \$37.50 an hour
Then double time starts after 10 hours worked at \$50 an hour
Meal money will only be applied once 10 hours work is completed as a once off rate of \$15
as an additional payment to the hourly rates

What u have in the recent upload is great
so once a 2 appears in the time+half column meal money should show up as \$15 in its own column

Thanks

13. ## Re: Breakdown of total daily worked hours

Sorry for the confusion

\$25 an hour for 8 hours
After 8 hours is time+half rate for 2 hours at \$37.50 an hour
Then double time starts after 10 hours worked at \$50 an hour
Meal money will only be applied once 10 hours work is completed as a once off rate of \$15
as an additional payment to the hourly rates

What u have in the recent upload is great
so once a 2 appears in the time+half column meal money should show up as \$15 in its own column

Thanks

14. ## Re: Breakdown of total daily worked hours

Try this :Paysheet.beitzy.sol2.xls
hope this helps

15. ## Re: Breakdown of total daily worked hours

Thankyou dredwolf,

That is great, I appreciate your help.

16. ## Re: Breakdown of total daily worked hours

You are welcome

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