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Timesheet calculation for overtime and double overtime

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    Timesheet calculation for overtime and double overtime

    I'm new to post here so I apologize ahead of time if this topic has already been discussed and answered. I am trying to create a timesheet that will calculate if hours worked on a Saturday would be overtime based on the total hours worked Mon-Fri. Saturday work shall only be deemed overtime if 40 or more hours have been worked during the week. Anytime worked over 40 hours will be considered overtime whether it occur during the week or on Saturday. For instance if an employee worked 38 hours during the week and 6 hours on Saturday, 2 hours would be considered straight time and 4 hours overtime. I can't seem to get the correct formula for each column. Thanks.

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    Re: Timesheet calculation for overtime and double overtime

    Attach a sample workbook. Make sure there is just enough data to make it clear what is needed. Include BEFORE/AFTER sheets if needed to show the process you're trying to complete or automate. Remember to desensitize the data.

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    Re: Timesheet calculation for overtime and double overtime

    I am trying to create a formula that would take the sum hours of Mon-Fri and calculate whether the hours worked on Saturday and Sunday would be regular time or overtime.
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    Re: Timesheet calculation for overtime and double overtime

    An alternative:
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    Re: Timesheet calculation for overtime and double overtime

    Thank you, thank works well but I need a couple of rows per day and not as many columns as there are days employees work on more than one job and each job needs to be listed. Eventually I will need to create a drop down list for each job. The employee may only work a few hours on each job which may or may not incur overtime and/or double time. Thanks again.
    Last edited by eortega; 03-29-2013 at 12:29 PM.

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    Re: Timesheet calculation for overtime and double overtime

    I think a pivot table would work well for this.

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    Re: Timesheet calculation for overtime and double overtime

    Unfortunately I do not know how to use a pivot table.

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