i work for a small employer that makes us turn in a paper timesheet with hand wr
i work for a small employer that makes us turn in a paper timesheet with hand written hours every 2 weeks is it ok if you cant remember each day as long as your total hours are right
Since a timecard can be considered a legal document, it’s in your best interest to keep track of your time daily (including unpaid breaks like lunchtime, and overtime) to ensure that when you turn your time into your employer every two weeks, it’s accurate. However, if you’re a salaried employee, it’s less of an issue.
Otherwise, I would say no, estimating is not okay, if I were your employer, and if you were an hourly employee.
Feel free to share a link to our website http://www.fitsmallbusiness.com with your employer. They will be able to find free time and attendance software, as well as low-cost payroll software that provides direct deposit and can manage worker’s hours.
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