How do you calculate your work hours?


To calculate your work hours, compute the number of hours you work every week counting overtime and then average these hours over a set period. Usually, average working hours are worked out over a 'reference period', which is normally a seventeen week period. You can work more than forty eight hours in one week, provided that the average over seventeen weeks is less than forty eight hours per week.
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When you want to calculate the number of hours you work in a day you will take the time started and then when you clocked out for lunch. Add up that time. Then take the time you clock
1. Keep a log of your work hours. Pocket-sized spiral notebooks are ideal for this. Every day at work, record your arrival or start time and your departure time or end of the workday
1. Multiply the number of days by the number of working hours per day to calculate the total number of hours. In our example, the number of hours is 7 days x 8 hours/day = 56 hours.
According to the law in most states.The legal age to work is 16 yrs old.Some state might have an exception.But 15-16 yrs old can only work part time from 15-25hrs per week.
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Calculate hours worked by taking the starting time and the ending time you worked. Then deduct for the lunch break if you do not get paid for that. The hours per ...
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