Bi-weekly time card calculator

Time card calculator

Bi-weekly time card calculator

Our free bi-weekly time card calculator allows you to create and print a bi-weekly employee timesheet with lunch breaks.*

Time card calculator

Type of time card

Days in a week

Overtime after

Pay Rates

Base Hourly

Overtime rate

Timesheet details

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Total

Monday

6.50 hrs

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Tuesday

6.50 hrs

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Wednesday

6.50 hrs

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Thursday

6.50 hrs

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Friday

6.50 hrs

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Saturday

6.50 hrs

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Sunday

6.50 hrs

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Monday

6.50 hrs

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Total

Tuesday

6.50 hrs

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Total

Wednesday

6.50 hrs

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Total

Thursday

6.50 hrs

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Friday

6.50 hrs

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Saturday

6.50 hrs

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Sunday

6.50 hrs

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Total Hours

32.50


Regular Hours

32.50

Overtime Hours

0.00

Total Gross Pay

$650.00

Experience the difference automated time tracking makes

How to use the bi-weekly time card calculator

Use this bi-weekly time card calculator to track two weeks of work at a time. Tracking time on a bi-weekly (or semi-monthly) basis means your payroll department saves time on processing. Submitting timesheets and reviewing documents less frequently gives your team more time to perfect the processes that grow the business.


Add the hourly rate

To calculate the grand total of employee earnings, enter your employee’s hourly rate along with the number of hours they worked on the timesheets. Lunch breaks and other unpaid breaks should also be included for a more accurate amount.


Export and print the data

You can download your free data and import and print using your favourite spreadsheet application. Just click Download CSV File and then import the file into Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets, or another application.

To save the data as a PDF file, Mac users select File > Print, then click the PDF option in the lower-left corner. Windows users select File > Print, and click the Microsoft Print to PDF option.


Include overtime

In most Canadian provinces, the overtime rate is 1.5 times the employee’s standard compensation, and it’s typically paid after an employee works more than eight hours per day or 40 hours per week. There are quite a few exceptions based on location, position, and payment structure.


Learn more about overtime rules in Canada by province.