Free Time Card Template
Are you looking for a low-cost software-based timecard solution? There are many electronic timecard systems out there, but if you just need something simple, try our free timecard template for Excel, OpenOffice or Google Sheets. It calculates total hours for a week broken down by project.
If this free timecard isn't exactly what you need, try our other other timesheet templates, or let us know what you would like the time card template to do for you.
Weekly Time Card Templatefor Excel, OpenOffice, and Google Sheets
This project-based timecard calculates total hours grouped by project and day of the week. Recording hours worked on specific projects is useful for budget tracking, or if you are a smaller company, it can be a simple way of communicating to your boss what you've been working on.
Biweekly Timecard: The spreadsheet contains both a weekly version of the timecard as well as the biweekly version shown in the screenshot on the left. You can also choose whether to enter hours using decimal or h:mm format.
Note: The biweekly version of this time card is one of the spreadsheets that Vertex42 uses to manage its own payroll.
Submitting Your Time Card: You can turn this template into a simple electronic timecard system by emailing the completed time card to your employer, either in spreadsheet form, or by first saving as a PDF file.
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Project Timecard Summaryfor Excel
This worksheet provides a simple way to summarize hours worked on different projects for multiple employees. You enter the employee names, rates, and hours worked on each project during the specified time period. The worksheet calculates the total hours worked for each employee and the total hours and labor cost for each individual project.
License: Private Use (not for distribution or resale)
More Timecard Templates
- Timesheet Template - Basic weekly or biweekly timesheet template.
- Timesheet Template with Breaks - Track your clock-in and clock-out times. Weekly or biweekly.