 Able to understand time concepts in the workplace
 Able to complete timesheets accurately

Filling Timesheets
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Calculating time is very important in any workplace.
You need to:
 get to work on time
 complete tasks in a specified time
Arriving late to a job could:
 affect the person on the previous shift
 mean poor customer service
 reflect badly on the business
You will be asked to note:
 the times you start and finish work
 the breaks you take
Systems for timesheets can be:
 paper based
 computer based
Calculating the hours you have worked from your timesheet is an important skill. It is a good idea to:
 make your own calculations
 check your hours worked against pay received
There are 60 minutes in one hour.
When changing minutes to hours you divide by 60.
When changing hours to minutes you multiply by 60.
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Keeping TimesheetsClick on the Play button to start the video.
When you arrive at work you must note the time on your timesheet. This information is important so that you can be paid correctly for hours worked.
You need to note your:
 start and finish times
 lunch breaks.
Each day your work hours will be totalled. At the end of the pay period all hours will be totalled. Times for lunch breaks will be deducted from time spent in the workplace.
For example: If you arrive at work at 8am and leave at 5pm you have spent 9 hours at work. If you take a 1 hour lunch break this will be deducted from the 9 hours and you will be paid for 8 hours.
When your pay period has finished your supervisor will sign it and you will be paid.
A timesheet records the number of hours and minutes worked by employees during a pay period. It is your responsibility to enter all details and times accurately into your timesheet.

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1. The GlossaryThe glossary lists the more difficult words related to the topic in alphabetical order. The glossary also gives the meaning for each word.
2. Look, Cover, Write, Check!This activity gives you practice at remembering and writing the words from the glossary.
The Glossary

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Jump to ActivitiesDo It: Calculating Time
Being able to calculate time is very important in all work places. It is necessary to fill out all documentation correctly with time so that payments are made to you and others accurately.
When calculating time with just hours or just minutes, it's quite easy.
Example: Add together ten minutes and seven minutes.
Answer: 10 + 7 = 17 minutes, easy so far!When we are dealing with hours and minutes together then it can take more steps to get to the answer.
Example: What is 90 minutes expressed in hours and minutes?
Answer: Divide by 60 to get the number of hours (90 ÷ 60 = 1 with 30 mins left over). The answer is 1 hour and 30 mins.Do It: Filling Out Timesheets
A timesheet is a sheet that records the number of hours and minutes worked by employees during a pay period.
It is your responsibility to enter all details and times accurately into your timesheet.
Do It: Calculations on a Timesheet
Being able to calculate time is very important to ensure that you are paid correctly.
Look at the example of how to complete a timesheet below.
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Timesheets
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