Vacation And Sick Day Tracking 

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I'm trying to find some way that I can keep track the coworker PTO (include vacation and sick time) accrual. I have absolutely no experience with Excel, so bear with me. Fortunately, the vacation and sick time are fairly straightforward.
Less than 1 year service have 10 days.
1st through 2rd year service have 12 days.
Sick time will be earn from what first 10days leftover. The maximum of 23 PTO days can be accrued and 21 reserve sick days may be banked.
2nd  3rd year services 13 days.
3rd  4th years services 14 days.
4th 5th year services 15 days.
5th year and up services, will add 1 day of PTO until reach max. 20days.
I don't mean to burden everyone, but I need some way to track the vacation and sick hours and be able to subtract hours I've used so that it updates my total. Can anyone help me?
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Less than 1 year service have 10 days.
1st through 2rd year service have 12 days.
Sick time will be earn from what first 10days leftover. The maximum of 23 PTO days can be accrued and 21 reserve sick days may be banked.
2nd  3rd year services 13 days.
3rd  4th years services 14 days.
4th 5th year services 15 days.
5th year and up services, will add 1 day of PTO until reach max. 20days.
I don't mean to burden everyone, but I need some way to track the vacation and sick hours and be able to subtract hours I've used so that it updates my total. Can anyone help me?
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Very new in this board. If I post this question in the wrong forum please bear with me.
There is about 20 staffs in our department and I have made a spreadsheet with 12 tabs for each month of the year JanDec. If each staff have 15 days annual leave each year and how can I make a formular that can automatically calculate the balance of annual leave and entered in the tabs of the following months. For example if staff A used 5 days in Jan how can the balance of 10days be entered in the tabs from FebDec. If he use another 5 days in July the remain balance of 5 days be automatically entered in the tab from Aug to Dec. Likewise if staff A took 2 days sick leave in Jan, and 2 days in Mar how can this sick days be automatically sum up in the months after. I am doing this manually at the moment and it is very time consuming and also very easy to make mistake.
Thanks and sorry for this long questions
There is about 20 staffs in our department and I have made a spreadsheet with 12 tabs for each month of the year JanDec. If each staff have 15 days annual leave each year and how can I make a formular that can automatically calculate the balance of annual leave and entered in the tabs of the following months. For example if staff A used 5 days in Jan how can the balance of 10days be entered in the tabs from FebDec. If he use another 5 days in July the remain balance of 5 days be automatically entered in the tab from Aug to Dec. Likewise if staff A took 2 days sick leave in Jan, and 2 days in Mar how can this sick days be automatically sum up in the months after. I am doing this manually at the moment and it is very time consuming and also very easy to make mistake.
Thanks and sorry for this long questions
Good afternoon!
I'm working with Excel 2003 sp 3 on Windows xp.
I have been banging my head trying to jar loose the formula to calculate man days where 1 equals 8 hours. I have one that was given to me by a coworker:
=INT(Q3/8)+(((Q3/8)(INT(Q3/8)))*0.8)
That calculates man days from total hours. I need a formula that will total man days and return the man day answer. Example:
weekending 12/25 = 16.2 which is 16 man days and 2 hours
weekending 1/1 = 24.7 which is 24 man days and 7 hours
Total = 41 man days and 1 hour
I have also been asked if there was a way for a number to be entered into a spreadsheet and automatically put in order without a macro or "pushing a button".
Any advice is greatly appreciated!
Happy New Year!
~ Brenda ~
I'm working with Excel 2003 sp 3 on Windows xp.
I have been banging my head trying to jar loose the formula to calculate man days where 1 equals 8 hours. I have one that was given to me by a coworker:
=INT(Q3/8)+(((Q3/8)(INT(Q3/8)))*0.8)
That calculates man days from total hours. I need a formula that will total man days and return the man day answer. Example:
weekending 12/25 = 16.2 which is 16 man days and 2 hours
weekending 1/1 = 24.7 which is 24 man days and 7 hours
Total = 41 man days and 1 hour
I have also been asked if there was a way for a number to be entered into a spreadsheet and automatically put in order without a macro or "pushing a button".
Any advice is greatly appreciated!
Happy New Year!
~ Brenda ~
I'm trying to come up with a solution to calculate the man hours and days worked over multiple sheets.
I have a file that has 8 sheets. the first seven sheets are the days of the week and the 8th sheet is where I want to calculate the hours.
The days of the week consists of "Name" "Date" Hours"
The 8th sheet consists of "Name", "Days of the week in their own column (7 columns in total)", "Total Hours" and "Total Days Worked"
Now... each day is always a different group and what I'm hoping for is to create a formula that can grab each name with their hours and throw them into the 8th sheet. So when the end of the week is done I have all the Employees weekly hours and days worked all finished.
I hope this makes sense. This file is to track about 100 employees that are on a rotational work schedule.
I have attached a sample file.
Thanks in advance for your help.
I have a file that has 8 sheets. the first seven sheets are the days of the week and the 8th sheet is where I want to calculate the hours.
The days of the week consists of "Name" "Date" Hours"
The 8th sheet consists of "Name", "Days of the week in their own column (7 columns in total)", "Total Hours" and "Total Days Worked"
Now... each day is always a different group and what I'm hoping for is to create a formula that can grab each name with their hours and throw them into the 8th sheet. So when the end of the week is done I have all the Employees weekly hours and days worked all finished.
I hope this makes sense. This file is to track about 100 employees that are on a rotational work schedule.
I have attached a sample file.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Is there a way to calculate the average days between a column of dates?
Basically, I've got a sheet that contains a table of entries, and each entry gets a date stamp in the first column. I would like to have the sheet display the average time, in days, between entries. Is this possible?
Thank you in advance!
~cp
Basically, I've got a sheet that contains a table of entries, and each entry gets a date stamp in the first column. I would like to have the sheet display the average time, in days, between entries. Is this possible?
Thank you in advance!
~cp
I have a spreadsheet counting down the days until a date is reached. However, after that date is reached and passed I get a #NUM! error.
What can I do to countdown the days as below AND countdown the days that have passed as a NEGATIVE NUMBER???
=DATEDIF(NOW(),D11,"D")
What can I do to countdown the days as below AND countdown the days that have passed as a NEGATIVE NUMBER???
=DATEDIF(NOW(),D11,"D")
I was able to convert start date and and end date to the number of days
inbetween the two dates. Does anyone know how to then convert the number of
days into months?
inbetween the two dates. Does anyone know how to then convert the number of
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I have sheet muster for my clients of January, 2005 like :
( P = Present, A=Absent )
A.....B.....C.....D.....
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Date 1 2 3 4
1 John P A A P
2 Lucy A P P A
3
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that month. How can I do this?

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I have sheet muster for my clients of January, 2005 like :
( P = Present, A=Absent )
A.....B.....C.....D.....
Days Sun Mon Tue Wed
Date 1 2 3 4
1 John P A A P
2 Lucy A P P A
3
Now I want to calculate the total Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays etc. present in
that month. How can I do this?

Knowldege is Power
I have attached a schedule for shift allowance calculation. The conditions for payment are as follows:
3 & 4 shifts = 15% Basic
2 shifts = 10% Basic
If on leave for 21 working days or more, no shift allowance
If on leave for less than 21 working days and on 3 or 4 shifts, shift allowance prorated as (Basic*15%)/21*(diff. btw 21 and no of days leave observed)
If on leave for less than 21 working days and on 2 shifts, shift allowance prorated as (Basic*10%)/21*(diff. btw 21 and no of days leave observed)
The formular I used in the attached worked but the only problem is that I had to sort by no. of shifts and adjust the formular first. I need A formular that does not require sorting. I tried to combine IF, AND, OR formulae but I got error. Please assist me sort this out. Thanks a bunch.
3 & 4 shifts = 15% Basic
2 shifts = 10% Basic
If on leave for 21 working days or more, no shift allowance
If on leave for less than 21 working days and on 3 or 4 shifts, shift allowance prorated as (Basic*15%)/21*(diff. btw 21 and no of days leave observed)
If on leave for less than 21 working days and on 2 shifts, shift allowance prorated as (Basic*10%)/21*(diff. btw 21 and no of days leave observed)
The formular I used in the attached worked but the only problem is that I had to sort by no. of shifts and adjust the formular first. I need A formular that does not require sorting. I tried to combine IF, AND, OR formulae but I got error. Please assist me sort this out. Thanks a bunch.
HI...can anyone help me with a formula for aging data in days (to be aged based on current date vs. for eg., Invoice date)
Hello,
I have two columns of data: column A contains the date and time in the form dd/mm/yyyy. Column B contains a number value. All the times are in order, so column A looks like:
01/01/2007
02/01/2007
03/01/2007
I have data from 2007 to 2010. I need to calculate an average daily value (in column B) for each month, and display it in column C. So, for January, I need to calculate the average of 31 days, February, 28 days, etc.
Is there a function I can use to do this? I've been trying the AVERAGEIF formula but can't get it to work. Any ideas would be much appreciated!
Many thanks,
Caitlin
I have two columns of data: column A contains the date and time in the form dd/mm/yyyy. Column B contains a number value. All the times are in order, so column A looks like:
01/01/2007
02/01/2007
03/01/2007
I have data from 2007 to 2010. I need to calculate an average daily value (in column B) for each month, and display it in column C. So, for January, I need to calculate the average of 31 days, February, 28 days, etc.
Is there a function I can use to do this? I've been trying the AVERAGEIF formula but can't get it to work. Any ideas would be much appreciated!
Many thanks,
Caitlin
Hi,
I made a simple worksheet that we have been manually entering the time for employees, but there are too many errors (even with simple math). Can someone help me convert the time of ex: written 84:30 or 103 (meaning 8:00am to 4:30pm) where you have the total weekly hours? Right now I have a column for overtime. Is there a way to automatically calculate the over time also? The work day is 84:30 with a half hour lunch (lunch is not calculated into the hours, so you minus a half hour). 84:30 equals 8 hours. So, if a person works 8am to 6:30pm, how can I set it up where in the first row of time, I will type in 86:30pm. In the totals column to the far right, it will display 8 hours. In the (O.T.) column, it will display 2 hours.
This way, when I call in my payroll, I will have the total "regular" hours in one row and underneath, I will have the total overtime hours.
Or... does anyone have a better solution to keeping track of their hours?
Thanks!
Marty
I made a simple worksheet that we have been manually entering the time for employees, but there are too many errors (even with simple math). Can someone help me convert the time of ex: written 84:30 or 103 (meaning 8:00am to 4:30pm) where you have the total weekly hours? Right now I have a column for overtime. Is there a way to automatically calculate the over time also? The work day is 84:30 with a half hour lunch (lunch is not calculated into the hours, so you minus a half hour). 84:30 equals 8 hours. So, if a person works 8am to 6:30pm, how can I set it up where in the first row of time, I will type in 86:30pm. In the totals column to the far right, it will display 8 hours. In the (O.T.) column, it will display 2 hours.
This way, when I call in my payroll, I will have the total "regular" hours in one row and underneath, I will have the total overtime hours.
Or... does anyone have a better solution to keeping track of their hours?
Thanks!
Marty
I'm trying to format a worksheet to show how many days overdue certain tasks are, and running into a couple of issues. The sheet is set up with Due Dates in Column A, Days Overdue in Column B, and Date Completed in Column C. My first thought was just to use as simple a formula as possible in Column B =Today()A2. This worked alright for tasks that already had Due Dates assigned, but if Column A was blank I'd get a high number in Column B. I also realized that tasks will continue to show as overdue even after I enter the completedon date in Column C. Is there a relatively simple way to tackle this formula? Thanks in advance for suggestions. (I've attached an example with the column headings I want to use.)
This formula is supposed to calculate difference between today and date hired to give years and months of service. Works fine for all except if the person was hired in year 2000 then this formula shows 110 y. Any one know how to fix this? or have a different formula that works.
=DATEDIF(E21,TODAY(),"y")&" y "&DATEDIF(E21,TODAY(),"ym")&" m"
Thanks
Rick
=DATEDIF(E21,TODAY(),"y")&" y "&DATEDIF(E21,TODAY(),"ym")&" m"
Thanks
Rick
I did a bit of browsing on this problem. Found others suffering the same but haven't found any conclusive answer yet.
Every so often when I attempt to save a file, (including save as), Excel won'r let me. By won't let me I mean:
using Save doesn't appear to do anything using Save As doesn't either do anything, the dialog is not displayed and if I am doing via the File menu then the File menu is exited and the previous ribbon tab is displayed (i.ethe one I was on before clicking 'File') if I close the workbook I am prompted to save, close without saving or cancel. Clicking save just invokes the same msgbox again. I can't work out when it goes into this mode. Some days I can work without this problem, other days I encounter this 2 or 3 times.
The only thing I could suspect was I think this started around about the time I installed xlDennis' code library. I have uninstalled the addin and so far so good, but I cannot categorically say that this was the cause.
Anyone have any idea?
Cheers
Jon
Edit: I have read this: / /> Doesn't seem to cover the issue I describe
Every so often when I attempt to save a file, (including save as), Excel won'r let me. By won't let me I mean:
using Save doesn't appear to do anything using Save As doesn't either do anything, the dialog is not displayed and if I am doing via the File menu then the File menu is exited and the previous ribbon tab is displayed (i.ethe one I was on before clicking 'File') if I close the workbook I am prompted to save, close without saving or cancel. Clicking save just invokes the same msgbox again. I can't work out when it goes into this mode. Some days I can work without this problem, other days I encounter this 2 or 3 times.
The only thing I could suspect was I think this started around about the time I installed xlDennis' code library. I have uninstalled the addin and so far so good, but I cannot categorically say that this was the cause.
Anyone have any idea?
Cheers
Jon
Edit: I have read this: / /> Doesn't seem to cover the issue I describe
Hello,
Please help!!!
We have a client who will pay using the 1/4, 1/2/ and 3/4 of an hour increments as follows:
From the hour mark to 6 minutes = 0 time paid
Over 7 minutes to 15 minutes = 1/4 hour 15
16 minutes to 30 minutes = 1/2 hour 30
30 minutes to 45 minutes = 3/4 hour 45
46 minutes to 60 minutes = one hour.
They work on shifts and the operation is 24 hours. Each gets 30 minutes for breaks which is not paid. Pay is biweekly and overtime is anything over 40 hours. Currently, the template we are using looks like this (sorry, I could not figure out how to paste it so you can see it in Excel layout):
WEEK 1 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
5/16 5/17 5/18 5/19 5/20 5/21 5/22
TIME IN ENTER TIME, INCLUDE AM OR PM
TIME OUT
TIME IN
TIME OUT
TIME IN
TIME OUT
TIME IN Total Hours First Week
TIME OUT
HOURS WORKEDOR choose one
*HOLIDAY WORKED
PAID HOLIDAY (not worked)
*OTHER PAID HOURS
EXPLANATION OF *HOLIDAY WORKED HRS OR *OTHER
I am very new to Excel and need help creating a formula that will allow us to calculate this timesheet? I am in desperate need for help.
Thanks..
Please help!!!
We have a client who will pay using the 1/4, 1/2/ and 3/4 of an hour increments as follows:
From the hour mark to 6 minutes = 0 time paid
Over 7 minutes to 15 minutes = 1/4 hour 15
16 minutes to 30 minutes = 1/2 hour 30
30 minutes to 45 minutes = 3/4 hour 45
46 minutes to 60 minutes = one hour.
They work on shifts and the operation is 24 hours. Each gets 30 minutes for breaks which is not paid. Pay is biweekly and overtime is anything over 40 hours. Currently, the template we are using looks like this (sorry, I could not figure out how to paste it so you can see it in Excel layout):
WEEK 1 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
5/16 5/17 5/18 5/19 5/20 5/21 5/22
TIME IN ENTER TIME, INCLUDE AM OR PM
TIME OUT
TIME IN
TIME OUT
TIME IN
TIME OUT
TIME IN Total Hours First Week
TIME OUT
HOURS WORKEDOR choose one
*HOLIDAY WORKED
PAID HOLIDAY (not worked)
*OTHER PAID HOURS
EXPLANATION OF *HOLIDAY WORKED HRS OR *OTHER
I am very new to Excel and need help creating a formula that will allow us to calculate this timesheet? I am in desperate need for help.
Thanks..
I have a spreadsheet set up with an employees information, including the start date. After each year that the employee is working, he gets bumped up on the pay scale. For this reason, I only need to know how many years the employee has been working, rounded down to the nearest year.
This is what I have so far (hire date is in column B):
=((TODAY()B4)/365)&" YEARS"
This function gives me a number with many decimal places.
I tried:
=ROUNDDOWN((TODAY()B4)/365),0)&" YEARS"
It tells me I have too few arguments. Please help!
This is what I have so far (hire date is in column B):
=((TODAY()B4)/365)&" YEARS"
This function gives me a number with many decimal places.
I tried:
=ROUNDDOWN((TODAY()B4)/365),0)&" YEARS"
It tells me I have too few arguments. Please help!
I am trying to correct a formula for a productivity worksheet in excel. The idea is that we would have the ability to input the number of hours worked each day and the number of direct hours (working with clients) per day. Then take the daily percentages and add them then devide them to determine the final productivity percentage for the week. Additionally not everyone works a full week so I would need it to only divide the percentages of the days that were completed. Any suggestions? or does anybody know a formula that would accomplish this already? I am good with basic excel and was able to identify a flaw in the current productivity sheet.
A previous poster explained what I also need; there were no responses,
so I thought I would try again.
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I need one that will work on my Mac/Office 2004. I will need to print
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with
annual large payment. (based on collections)
Would like to enter payment and date.
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entries."
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so I thought I would try again.
Does anyone know of an Excel templateor a small standalone
programthat will calculate the interest/principal breakdown when
payments are varied in amount and frequency? Free or lowcost, please.
I need one that will work on my Mac/Office 2004. I will need to print
out periodic reports.
Here is the way the previous poster described it:
"Excel template: Loan Amortization for random/irregular payments,
figures days
between payment dates.
I have a loan with a variable beginning balance and irregular payments
with
annual large payment. (based on collections)
Would like to enter payment and date.
then Excel would figure days since last payment, interest amount,
principal
amount, Ending Principal balance.
And total interest paid, total pricipal paid
If I change the starting principal, excel would recalculate all
entries."
Thanks very much.
I am attempting to figure out how to change the formula to automatically subtract a 30 minute lunch if the total time for the day exceeds 6 hours worked.
B value Time of day punch in: 9:30 AM
C value =IF(D11="","","")
D value Time of Day punch out: 6:00 PM
E value =IF(D11="","",IF(D11
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C value =IF(D11="","","")
D value Time of Day punch out: 6:00 PM
E value =IF(D11="","",IF(D11
I've been poking around trying to figure this out but can't. The time of 9 hours, 15 minutes is being returned from a calculation but I want the cell to display the 9.25 hours instead. This seems like something simple on the surface, but apparently it's not. Any help would be appreciated!
Hi all,
I have a dillemma here,
I have to create a schedule which incorporates lunches automatically (either half hour or 1hour lunches, depending on the circumstances).
The schedule only has time in and time out, but I need excel to automatically deduct the lunch break depending on the circumstance:
If you worked less than 6 hours = no lunch
If you worked more than 6 hours, but less than or equal to 8 hours = 0.5 hour lunch
If you worked more than 8 hours = 1 hour lunch
I am assuming the formula for this will be really long, but I have looked online everywhere and have not found ONE formula for it. I can't put lunch breaks seperately, so all I have to work with is Time in/out.
Also, I wouldn't be able to use military time, so I don't know how excel can assume that time in is in the morning, and time out is in teh evening and/or halfday.
If someone can help it would be greatlyyyy appreciated
I have a dillemma here,
I have to create a schedule which incorporates lunches automatically (either half hour or 1hour lunches, depending on the circumstances).
The schedule only has time in and time out, but I need excel to automatically deduct the lunch break depending on the circumstance:
If you worked less than 6 hours = no lunch
If you worked more than 6 hours, but less than or equal to 8 hours = 0.5 hour lunch
If you worked more than 8 hours = 1 hour lunch
I am assuming the formula for this will be really long, but I have looked online everywhere and have not found ONE formula for it. I can't put lunch breaks seperately, so all I have to work with is Time in/out.
Also, I wouldn't be able to use military time, so I don't know how excel can assume that time in is in the morning, and time out is in teh evening and/or halfday.
If someone can help it would be greatlyyyy appreciated
I need to create a bar chart for the year. I've already have 3 bars for each of the months, a plan, an actual, and a last year. I need to be able to split out just the actual bar, so that it is a stacked bar. The other two bars need to stay and remain unstacked. Is this possible?
Happy Day to all,
Can you please help me,
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B1= time out
C1= time in
D1= time out
I want to calculate the late and under time,
Office start at 9:am w/30 mins Grace period,
The break time is one hour only, please include over breaktime in calculation.
End of office hours 6:00 pm, strickly no over time
Can you please help me,
A1= time in
B1= time out
C1= time in
D1= time out
I want to calculate the late and under time,
Office start at 9:am w/30 mins Grace period,
The break time is one hour only, please include over breaktime in calculation.
End of office hours 6:00 pm, strickly no over time
I am trying to calculate time based off a nonconventional quarter hour time system
example;
8:00 to 8:07 = 8.0 hrs
8:08 to 8:23 = 8.25 hrs
8:24 to 8:38 = 8.5 hrs
8:39 to 8:53 = 8.75 hrs
8:53 to 8:59 = 9.0 hrs
I am having trouble writing an equation that would sum the clockin and clockout times (2 per day) and display the total time in these quarter hours and adding an additional hour if it is >= to *:53. Any help would be great.
example;
8:00 to 8:07 = 8.0 hrs
8:08 to 8:23 = 8.25 hrs
8:24 to 8:38 = 8.5 hrs
8:39 to 8:53 = 8.75 hrs
8:53 to 8:59 = 9.0 hrs
I am having trouble writing an equation that would sum the clockin and clockout times (2 per day) and display the total time in these quarter hours and adding an additional hour if it is >= to *:53. Any help would be great.
Hello, please help me out with this one.
So I am at work workin on this report and I need a function that will make Excel automatically insert the today's date in a cell (let's say D90) when I fill the content of another cell (for example C90) and the that will be inserted will never change. I tried to use the =TODAY( ) function but it keeps updating the date in the cell to the current date if i reopen the worksheet 2 days later. I need the cell to keep in the cell the date of the day when I filled in the content of cell C90 and do not updated it every time i open the document to the actual date.. Thanks in advance!!
So I am at work workin on this report and I need a function that will make Excel automatically insert the today's date in a cell (let's say D90) when I fill the content of another cell (for example C90) and the that will be inserted will never change. I tried to use the =TODAY( ) function but it keeps updating the date in the cell to the current date if i reopen the worksheet 2 days later. I need the cell to keep in the cell the date of the day when I filled in the content of cell C90 and do not updated it every time i open the document to the actual date.. Thanks in advance!!