How to keep track of working hours
In article 1 of the labour code specifies the possible use modes of working time. A six-day working week, use day-to-day method of time tracking. If your company is organized to provides trainings for five days, use the weekly method. In the case where the production conditions do not allow for employees on a daily or weekly standard working time is applied the summed method of accounting.
When you use the summarized record-keeping daily and weekly development may differ from established norms, but it must be lined in the sum for a specific period, e.g., month or quarter. All recycled in excess of the time at the end of this period must be calculated and compensated for flaws. Set the output rate for this period, based on weekly working time set by law for each specific category of workers.
Keep records of working time for each employee separately. If the company is small, unified form T-12 "Sheet of accounting of working time and calculation of remuneration" can be filled manually. This is usually done by heads of departments or employees of the personnel Department. When the company installed turnstiles and automated control of the attendance to work is used form T-13.
These forms fill out monthly. At the end of each month summarize the number of days and hours worked by each employee. Of the total working time calculation subtract a weekend, the hours of absenteeism, absenteeism for reasons that are unclear, periods of absence for temporary disability leaves, business trips.
Note that the summarized accounting of working hours duration of daily work cannot exceed 10 hours per shift. But in some cases this period may be increased to 12 hours, if it is, for example, drivers of intercity transportation that are sent to the destination, the drivers operating on regular suburban and city bus routes or those who are leading managers, working in medical and community organizations.