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Use monthly labor diary to calculate the wage based on time worked. Simply enter
START FINISH TIME WORKED
9:32 13:23 3:51
your start time 9:32 and then enter finish time 13:23. The computer will calculate that you have worked 3:51. You then enter this figure into the wage calculator putting your hourly rate – £
Date Name Hourly rate Hours:mins total
02/09 AN OTHER $ $
Enter a monthly target rate and check your targets. The Computer will keep a running monthly total of hours:mins worked and the average hourly rate as you can enter different hourly rates for different jobs
TOTAL HOURS WORKED
TOTAL COST $
AVERAGE HOURLY RATE $
Enter up to 500 jobs per month.
At the end of the month start again on another sheet named month 2.
With 12 sheets included for a years work you can then check the totals sheet
month Hrs worked Total cost Average hourly rate
Jan 11
Feb 11
Why keep undercharging your client when you can charge them for every minute worked?
This really is the only labor diary you will ever need
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